Stephens-Lee History Documented; Student Records Graduates as Part of Southern Oral History Program [The Asheville Citizen-Times]

Speaker hopes oral history helps kids [The Asheville Citizen-Times]

Whole Lives: Reflections on Living with HIV [NC Crossroads]

Inside Stories [The Independent Weekly]

West Charlotte exhibit opens Aug. 27 [The Charlotte Post]

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In the Media: Listening for a Change

Component projects and events of the Southern Oral History Program's Listening for a Change: North Carolina Communities in Transition initiative have been written up in the Asheville Citizen-Times, the North Carolina Humanities Council's newsletter Crossroads, Durham's The Independent weekly, and the Charlotte Post. In addition, David Cecelski's Listening to History series of interview excerpts, an outgrowth Listening for a Change, continues to be featured monthly in the Raleigh News & Observer.

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