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Chag Purim Sameach!

Communicating with others about your experiences is important for you, and for others to hear!

Sometimes expressing experience in music is a good way to keep personal and group history alive: 64 more words

Your history is still around you.

Periodically, I’ll run across a quotation that speaks to Black Wide-Awake‘s purpose. Yesterday, I found it in the words of Dorothy Thompson Bolden, co-founder of the National Domestic Workers Union of America, in a… 93 more words

Oral History

Filling the Box [Logic] #3

General Notes

At this point in research, my goal seems to be a “thinning” of the box content. But, while some elimination of less-relevant sources did happen, I also added a few sources, some referenced in Erin Anderson’s… 1,723 more words

International Women's Day - Preserving Women's Voices

This International Women’s Day, Sound Archivist Sarah-Joy Maddeaux shares snippets from just a few of the hundreds of oral history interviews with women held in the Essex Sound and Video Archive.  1,052 more words

Biddies' memories of Killaloe

Biddies’ family go back four or five generations in the area, they were nail-makers.

Biddie: My family used to fish, they fished in Killaloe a lot. 6,888 more words


Filling the Box [Logic] #2

General Notes:

  • I briefly returned to the “Box Logic” essay in Writing New Media and determined that, while still a fascinating article, it won’t be a source I’ll return to for this oral history/archive Box Logic.
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