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Our oral history book series takes a humanizing, literary approach to illuminating the stories of people around the world who have experienced injustice.

Our education program connects educators, students, and social justice advocates with important unheard stories and supports them in conducting their own oral history projects.

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Meet the 2016-17 Germanacos Fellows for Sharing History

Last year, the VOW Education Program launched the Sharing History Initiative to support passionate and underfunded teachers, storytellers, and community leaders in bringing social justice-based storytelling into their communities. Today, we're thrilled to announce that thanks [...]

Dispatch from the Field: Planning our food sovereignty book with Thousand Currents

Voice of Witness and Thousand Currents (formerly IDEX) staff at the Thousand Currents office in San Francisco, CA during a two-day oral history training and book planning session. On July 27 and [...]

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