Monthly Archives: November 2008

National Day of Listening – November 28th

My name is Andy and I’m a volunteer at the Brooklyn Historical Society.  My day job is with StoryCorps, the national oral history project, which is also located in Brooklyn (Ft. Greene).  You may have heard excerpts from StoryCorps interviews … Continue reading

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What Do You Get…

…when you put a bunch of oral historians together in a room? Lots of talk about digital storage and server space! bahdumbum But it was a good conversation last night up at the Columbia Oral History Research Office with Ann … Continue reading

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Imagine Coney @ BAM Part 2

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Imagine Coney @ BAM Part 1

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TODAY: Reflections on Community Development

If you missed Reflections on Community Development: Stories from Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation when it was on view here at BHS, you can now see it at Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration along with and unveiling of the Brooklyn Icon Banners, celebrating the Honorable … Continue reading

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