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- Community Organizations 25
- 1960s, Sixties 2
- Changes In Education 2
- Childhood memories 2
- Community History 2 69 more
- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 2
- Archive Oologah 1
- Art Quest 1
- Backyard Harvest 1
- Community 1 14 more
I was able to speak with a director at an urban program called Harlem Children Zone about his upraising and his community.
Interview about the organization she created and is involved in which is the immigration student task force
Rural Roots, Inc. has had a wide and diverse impact on small farms and local food systems on the Palouse and in the Inland Northwest. Community-based and farmer-grown, this nonprofit organization has played a significant role in changing the local...
With my grandmother, Margaret, we talk about family history, including World War 2, the Civil Rights movement and life after moving to America in the 60’s.
My grandmother talks about her time growing up in a small Mining village in Ojuela, where the Roebling brothers built one of their famous bridges
Interview with Angie Christmas on being involved at Georgia Southwestern State University.
Learned about the student immigrant task force organization
Questions ranging from growing up, family heritage, civil engagement, and future prospects.
Interview of residents for friends of refugees and Upper90
We talked about the inspiration and mission behind the start of Backyard Harvest, a Moscow, Idaho nonprofit organization working in partnership with their community to connect those with extra fresh produce and those who need it. . And then explored...
Technology has made my generation differ greatly from that of our elders. In this interview I attempted to touch on that dialogue and get an elders perspective on how we have change.
Siblings Charles Pickett (25) and Mercedes Pickett (29) have a conversation about their community activism in the West Side of Chicago, some of the experiences that influenced their community involvement, and the vision of their nonprofit Earth's Remedies.
Connecting communities and youth through outdoor recreation
We talked about how community has shaped my mom into the person she is today.
My mom and I talked about her work for an organization called Honor Flight where money is raised to send war veterans to see their memorials in Washington D.C.
Carolyn Stewart presents a speech written by her aunt Maureen Denny to Archive Oologah. The speech outlines the history of the Oologah Historical Society.
Interview for Friends of Refugees and Upper90