community-driven + institutional + social justice

Oral History

Project Overviews

The practice of Oral History is an art that prioritizes the agency of those who have been dismissed, ignored, or "forgotten". History is comprised of collective and historical memory, but we are currently missing many perspectives. By conducting purposeful and intentional interviews, we can document narratives of people as primary sources with a unique voice. This practice is a celebration of silence and listening as a means of recording and preserving.