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Oral History Projects from our 2017-18 Germanacos Fellows

August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Arts, Cultural and Personal Identity, Education, English Language Learners, Germanacos Fellows, Sharing History Initiative|Tags: , , , , , , |

Since 2015, the VOW Education Program's Sharing History Initiative has supported passionate and underfunded teachers, storytellers, and community leaders in bringing social justice-based storytelling into their communities. In summer of 2016, the VOW Education Program launched the Germanacos Fellowship for Sharing History, which provides support for outstanding Sharing History Initiative participants to explore groundbreaking new [...]

Summer Reading List from VOW

June 22nd, 2018|Categories: Arts, Civil Rights and Security, Cultural and Personal Identity, Home and Belonging, Immigration, Racial Inequality, Racial Justice, Refugees, Uncategorized, VOW Book Series|Tags: , , , , , , |

The Voice of Witness team has put together a short summer reading list, featuring a few personal recommendations from our staff. What do you plan to read this summer? Electric Arches by Eve L. Ewing Electric Arches is an imaginative exploration of Black girlhood and womanhood through poetry, visual art, [...]

Sharing Family Histories in Santa Fe

January 12th, 2018|Categories: Education, Sharing History Initiative|Tags: |

2016-2017 Germanacos Fellow Elizabeth Tidrick teaches World Literature at Monte Del Sol Charter School in Santa Fe, NM. With a high population of English language learners and immigrant students, Liz helps her students identify their own roles in global culture. To achieve this, Liz developed an oral history project that provided her students the [...]

San Lorenzo Conversations About Change, Race, and Community

December 21st, 2017|Categories: Education, Sharing History Initiative|Tags: |

Tina Eng and Samved Sangameswara were part of the 2016-17 Germanacos Fellowship for Sharing History and worked with a class of English Language Development students at Arroyo High School in San Lorenzo, CA. The city of San Lorenzo has changed drastically over the last few decades, beginning as an almost entirely white population [...]

Bringing Farmworker Stories Back to Delano

November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Education, Events, Narrators, Sharing History Initiative|Tags: , , |

Chasing the Harvest editor Gabriel Thompson speaks to Delano community members. Two years ago, California officially recognized October 25 as Larry Itliong Day, honoring the Filipino-American advocate who was instrumental in advancing labor rights for farmworkers throughout the state. This year, 220 people gathered on this day at Robert F. [...]

Chasing the Harvest and Digital Delano – 10/25

September 28th, 2017|Categories: Education, Events, Immigration, Labor Issues, Poverty and Economic Rights|Tags: , |

EVENT Chasing the Harvest and Digital Delano Wednesday, October 25, 2017  |  6:00pm – 8:00pm Robert F. Kennedy High School (View map) 1401 Hiett Ave Delano, CA 93215 Free The Voice of Witness education team is partnering with Professor Oliver Rosales of Bakersfield College to present a community event celebrating [...]

Meet the 2017-18 Germanacos Fellows for Sharing History!

August 17th, 2017|Categories: Education, News, Sharing History Initiative|Tags: |

Since 2015, the VOW Education Program's Sharing History Initiative has supported passionate and underfunded teachers, storytellers, and community leaders in bringing social justice-based storytelling into their communities. Thanks to the generosity of the Germanacos Foundation, we are able to provide specialized support to select Sharing History participants through the Germanacos Fellowship established last year. The Germanacos Fellowship for [...]

A Summer of Learning: Hear from the Haverford Interns

July 28th, 2017|Categories: Education, I Witness|Tags: |

Editor’s Note: The blog series “I, Witness,” seeks to explore the ethics, challenges, and possibilities of teaching and conducting oral history. VOW summer 2017 interns Phillip Reid and Mary Kearney-Brown hold copies of our newest books. Each summer, Haverford College and Voice of Witness partner on an internship program for up [...]

Amplifying Unheard Voices: Reflections on VOW’s Annual Oral History Training

July 13th, 2017|Categories: Education, Events, I Witness|Tags: , |

Editor’s Note: The blog series “I, Witness,” seeks to explore the ethics, challenges, and possibilities of teaching and conducting oral history. VOW summer 2017 interns Phillip Reid and Mary Kearney-Brown hold copies of our newest books. Phillip Reid and Mary Kearney-Brown are Voice of Witness summer interns from Haverford College, outside Philadelphia. We [...]

Bon Voyage, Natalie!

July 13th, 2017|Categories: News|

Wishing Natalie Catasús un futuro lleno de éxitos! Please join us in wishing a heartfelt bon voyage! to Natalie Catasús, who has served as VOW’s Resource Development Associate for the past two years. This summer, Natalie will be heading to Emory University in Atlanta, where she’ll be starting her PhD in Comparative [...]