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EDUCATION PROGRAM

THE VOICE OF WITNESS EDUCATION PROGRAM

Our education program connects educators, students, and human rights advocates with important, unheard stories in the VOW book series and supports them with curricula and training to help them conduct their own oral history projects. By engaging with these stories and learning to tell their own, the people we work with discover their own voices and their own relationship to human rights and social justice issues in their communities and around the world. Over the past year, we reached over 20,000 high school to graduate level students and community members.

Our education team offers:

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CURRICULAR RESOURCES

 

 

ORAL HISTORY TRAINING

 

 

CONSULTING & SERVICES

 

 

SHARING HISTORY INITIATIVE

 

WHO WE WORK WITH

STUDENT WORK

EDUCATION NEWS

Amplifying Unheard Voices: Our Interns Reflect on VOW’s Annual Oral History Workshop

Editor’s Note: The blog series “I, Witness,” seeks to explore the ethics, challenges, and possibilities of teaching and conducting oral history. VOW summer 2016 interns Miriam Hwang-Carlos and Charlotte Edelstein. Photo courtesy [...]

The 2016 Sharing History Initiative is Open for Applications!

The 2016 Sharing History Initiative is officially underway! In service of our commitment to fostering storytelling in classrooms and communities around the United States, the Voice of Witness Education Program has just [...]

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Monthly updates from Voice of Witness. Get the latest news on book projects, events, and new resources.

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Our work is made possible through support from individual donors, foundations, and community partners.

If you would like to help us tell these important stories, please consider making a tax-deductible donation or volunteering.