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Oral History Interviews

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Oral History is a tool members of the African Diaspora have used to pass down traditions, skills, and techniques from generation to generation. These interviews took place with the intention to provide community members with the support to capture these valuable spaces to ensure their rich history is never forgotten. Oral History is also a strategy used in environmental justice as a form of Green Plackeeping, which encompasses the conservation and preservation of native populations. Below are the community members and environmental activists interviewed as the methods to capture the history of the OAC. 

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