1. Kenny's first story

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    from tenantspin Added 3 0 0

    Produced as part of our ongoing digital story-telling work with elders across the city. Kenny shares his experiences of growing up and family in wartime and post war Liverpool.

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    • Echoes Interview training

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      Luke & Rhys learning how to use the zoom recorders & practicing interview questions at The Edge.

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      • Campus Y : 150 Years

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        from F8 Visuals Added 61 0 0

        150 Years of Y History: From women's rights and integration to recycling and adult literacy. Composed through archival photography and over 50 oral histories of Campus Y students, alumni, and staff. This work was performed by present-day Y students for the 150th Anniversary of the Campus Y on October 15th, 2010.

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        • Open to Question: Voices from the University District (2009)

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          from Dawnee Dodson Added 31 0 0

          Brought you by sweetie films and the University District Museum Without Walls of Seattle, WA. For more information, please visit: http://www.opentoquestion.org

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          • FamilyHistoryVideo Sampler

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            from Amy Doherty--Pawpro Media Added

            A new way to package and share years of genealogical research for family and friends. Video offers limitless possibilities to creatively preserve family history directly from the source with interviews from relatives mixed with music and photos. Let the stories unfold before your eyes and ears. Pawpro can help you figure it all out.

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            • Behind the Scenes: 44 Years to the 44th President

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              from Carlos A. Moreno Added 21 0 0

              A behind the scene looks to the making of 44 Years to the 44th President. SJSU journalism students take part in a 10-day road trip that connects the Civil Rights Movement to the election of President Barack Obama in "connecting our past to America's historical future." through oral histories, video documentation, and imagery from Obama's historic inauguration.

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              • Turnbull Testimonial - Kevin Donahue

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                from Impact Productions Group Added

                Kevin Donahue, a wealth manager, talks about how Susan Turnbull and her legacy insights and solutions have helped his clients and his firm.

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                • RFIM OH - 13-09-13 - Lou (Lew) Fasulo

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                  from Daniel James Added 8 1 0

                  This video is part the Rocky Flats Institute and Museum' Oral History project.

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                  • Baryugil

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                    from North Coast TAFE Lismore Campus Added 91 0 0

                    This is a short documentary that looks at the lasting effect of the Baryugil asbestos mine on many of the indigenous workers from the mine and their communities. This film was made by Samantha Simmons in 2009 as part of the Aboriginal Digital Oral Histories course at Lismore TAFE. It features interviews with Bo Mundine and Herbert Duroux who both worked at the mine before it was closed down. The footage was shot by Samantha Simmons and Kylie Sharma. Samantha edited the film at Lismore TAFE. The slide guitar soundtrack was also recorded at Lismore TAFE and is played by Rohan Langford. Rohan was also the editing teacher and facilitated this course along with David Tindale.

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                    • Take Me to the River: Fishing, Swimming, and Dreaming on the San Joaquin—33 Glimpses

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                      from Now Then & Again Added

                      This fifteen minute video offers brief glimpses of the thirty-three extraordinary storytellers featured in the book, "Take Me to the River." For ten years, the mother/daughter interview team of Coke and Joell Hallowell have asked people with deep connections to the San Joaquin, What was your life like along the river? With candor and enthusiasm they answered; fishermen, birders, boaters, homesteaders, immigrants, Native Americans, hunters, farmers, and environmentalists told their tales. The result is a collection of deeply personal accounts of life along the San Joaquin River. Available from Heyday Books http://www.heydaybooks.com. Video by Jacalyn White and Joell Hallowell http://nowthen.squarespace.com. Music by Tricia Garlock.

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