Noon Wednesday: Gathering Stories from Underrepresented Communities

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Noon Wednesday: Gathering Stories from Underrepresented Communities

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

February 20, 2019

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The way a story is told can determine whose voice is heard and how it is memorialized. Oral histories have the power to elevate more voices. Tanika Apaloo, community engagement and diversity liaison at the Wisconsin Historical Society, talks about how her work gathering stories from underrepresented communities is changing our understanding of history.


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