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Save women’s stories

Cathy Brigden and Sarah Kaine have launched a campaign to help them raise funds for their Save women’s stories project. The project will record the oral histories of women in trade unions. 42 more words

Jake's London

March 20, 8:00 PM, LONDON

Emily:What can you tell me about London?

Jacob: It’s the capital of England.

E: I mean in your own experience. … 910 more words


"Secondhand Time" by Svetlana Alexievich

Firsthand stories from Russians who lived through the transition from communism to capitalism.  For the most part, the number one emotion they have is shock and anger — Russia threw away the great dream of socialism, which they worked so hard for and suffered for (even some former work camp inmates long for the old days), and sold it so cheaply for blue jeans, VCRs, and salami.  222 more words


The life and times of Nathan W. Boyette.

Wilson Daily Times, 11 November 1921.

In a nutshell: Nathan W. Boyette lived at 210 Pender Street. He was born 18 September 1850 and was enslaved in Old Fields township by Jimmy Boyette. 453 more words

City Of Wilson

1947 Partition Archive

Project: 1947 Partition Archive

Mission: The 1947 Partition Archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people’s history of Partition

Digital Project

Studio interview: Ella Hollowood curator at Rainbow Pilgrims

Studio interview: Ella Hollowood curator at Rainbow Pilgrims
Studio interview with Ella Hollowood curator of online and mobile exhibition Rainbow Pilgrims; a collection of oral histories from the LGBTQI+ migrant community in London.


Corston Village History Weekend

We are excited confirm that this year’s Village History Weekend will be taking place on April 21st & 22nd; running between 10am to 4pm… 111 more words