Panel: Civil Rights and Human Rights
A discussion on digital and oral histories in the US-Mexico borderlands. This is being live streamed on the Oral History Association Facebook page.
Journalists in the Long and Wide Civil Rights Movement: The Untold Story Behind the Storytellers
Presented by: Melita M. Garza, Texas Christian University
Civil Rights, Human Rights, Labor Rights: Farmworkers and Migration in the US Southwest
Presented by: Veronica Reyes-Escudero, University of Arizona
Killing the Messengers: The Importance of Oral History for Freedom of Expression in Mexico and Beyond
Presented by: Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante, University of Arizona
Desert Voices: Notes on Producing an Oral History Website with a Journalism History Class
Presented by: Linda Lumsden, University of Arizona
Anna Sheftel, Saint Paul University
This event is part of the Oral History Association's conference Oral History in Our Challenging Times, hosted by Concordia University's Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling. The event brings together established researchers in universities and public history institutions, community-based oral historians, media and arts organizations, Concordia graduate students, and independent professionals.