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Our oral history book series amplifies the voices of people directly impacted by injustice using a humanizing, literary approach.

Education Program Students

Our education program fosters empathy, inquiry, and critical thinking among our next generation of leaders, teachers, and history-makers.

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National Arts in Education Week: The Art of Oral History

This week is National Arts in Education Week, the perfect time to celebrate the many forms of art that enrich student lives in and outside of the classroom. Students from Oakland Technical High [...]

Rohingya in Burma: Fatima’s Oral History

The human rights crisis occurring right now in Burma is nothing new. When we published Nowhere to be Home: Narratives from Survivors of Burma's Military Regime in 2011, one narrator, Fatima, recounted her experience as [...]

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