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Balloons and Stories

Back in April 2013, I started listening. I walked around Boston for a day with a cardboard sign, an audio recorder, and bunch of balloons. 426 more words

The History of a Name

My name means “the Father shares the pain of birth” because my Daddy pushed Momma down the stairs when she was pregnant. My Pops was abused as a child. 52 more words

Poetry

OG History

I’m an OG and I box in jail.

See the same bricks, count them

Like a calendar.

I relate the bricks to my life.

Rough, tough, stand alone like me. 14 more words

Poetry

Women’s History Month: The Story of Women at GAO

For Women’s History Month, we’ve blogged about our work on women’s issues.

Today, we’re sharing a glimpse of the story (past and present) of women at GAO. 636 more words

About GAO

Cuentos y relatos de familia - taller público de medios hosted by Texas FolkLife

Ven y aprende a convertir memorias familiares, relatos tradicionales, y herencias culturales en narraciones audiofónicas con los productores de Texas Folklife Michelle Mejía y Carlos Salazar. 259 more words

History

Texaco liked the work.

In the summer of 2002, my uncle Charles C. Allen told me this about my grandfather John C. Allen Jr.:

had to get reestablished after the war. 179 more words

Maternal Kin

Open Day - 22 April 2017 - Expressing & Preserving Your Story

Come along to our Queanbeyan Museum Open Day on 22 April! Workshops on Oral History, Scrapbooking, Researching, Writing, Poetry, Looking After Your Collection will take place between 10- 4. 6 more words

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