1. Support The Graying of AIDS on Indiegogo!

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    Please learn more about our recent campaign to complete this series of formal portraits and oral histories documenting the experiences of older adults with HIV/AIDS from around the world: http://igg.me/at/grayingpandemic To support our work, please visit: http://www.grayingofaids.org/support-our-project

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    • Louise McGarvey and the Early Days of Flight

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      We met with Louise McGarvey at Our Island Home on Nantucket in 2009. She was 96. She remembered the early days of flight on Nantucket, the days of biplanes and barnstormers, of runways that had to be mowed because when planes were not landing or taking off they were really just fields. This interview is part of the Nantucket Oral History Project.

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      • Cultural Historian Kepa Maly Talks about Kahalu'u and Keauhou

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        Cultural Historian Kepa Maly talks about the history of Kahalu'u and Keauhou on the Big Island of Hawaii.

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        • JEW(ish) Trailer

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          JEW(ish) is a thought provoking work of theatre centered on an individual’s search for his cultural identity. Eye Spy Arts – theatre makers Liat Rosenthal and Oliver James Hymans – presented a reworking of their celebrated theatre performance at the SUSPENSE London Puppetry Festival 2011 – the award-winning puppetry festival produced by The Little Angel Theatre. The performance weaves together an imagined Jewish heritage with real family oral histories, stories and memories. Traveling from shtetl to city, from past to present, and from the personal to the political, Jew(ish) explores cultural identity and the sense of belonging. Jew(ish) is supported by the National Lottery through the Arts Council England and the Unity Theatre Trust.

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          • Building bridges with India

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            Exchange for change has also helped the students of both countries acquire a clearer understanding of their shared history, culture and lifestyle. So, far during the projects life, a continuous exchange of letters, postcards, photographs, oral histories and a visit to Dehli and Lahore has helped dispel misinformation and encourage students to form their own opinions.

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

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              For ten years, the mother/daughter team of Coke and Joell Hallowell asked people with deep connections to the San Joaquin, What was your life like along the river? With candor and enthusiasm, they answered; fishermen, miners, immigrants, Native Americans, hunters, farmers, and environmentalists all told their tales. The result is "Take Me to the River," a collection of thirty-three deeply personal accounts of life along the San Joaquin River. Available from Heyday https://heydaybooks.com. Video by Jacalyn White and Joell Hallowell http://nowthen.squarespace.com. Music by Tricia Garlock.

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              • Mothers Day

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