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Archive for January, 2013

Mapping the Long Women’s Movement

This pathbreaking project is introducing a new, audio-visually rich way of exploring oral histories.

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The Civil Rights History Project

We are honored to be conducting interviews for the Civil Rights History Project, a national oral history project mandated by Congress.

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Media and the Movement

Media and the Movement is an oral history project that aims to understand the media environment here in North Carolina before, during, and after the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

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Oral History Internships

Our interns have become an essential part of what we do here at the Southern Oral History Program. Here, Carolina student and SOHP intern Ivanna Gonzalez interviews Nancy Shoemaker in 2012.

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The Jackson Center

Interviews with Marian Cheek Jackson led to the creation of the Jackson Center for Saving and Making History.

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The Moxie Project

The Moxie Project represents an ambitious new collaboration that seeks to deepen the SOHP’s involvement with undergraduates and strengthen our ties with academic departments at both UNC and Duke.

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