Here is a sampling of digital oral history projects and archives, many of them related to social movements and human rights.  Eventually, we hope to update this page to offer a comprehensive list of oral history archives featuring activists, social movements and communities in the struggle for collective liberation.  If you know of a resource like this that already exists, please let us know!

Digital Oral History Projects

360 Degrees: Perspectives on the Criminal Justice System
ACT Up Oral History Project
Aka Kurdistan: A Place for Collective Memory and Cultural Exchange
Bracero History Archive using Omeka web design
Center for Popular Memory at University of Cape Town, South Africa
Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project
District 6 digital timeline on Cape Town, South Africa
Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at Yale
Fresh Kills
Freedom Archives
Freedom Mosaic
Gaelic Athletic Association Oral History Project at Boston College
Greenham Common Peace Organizing
History Makers Digital Archive of African American leaders
NY Taxi Drivers
Occupy Chicago Oral History Project
Regional Oral History Office: University of California, Berkeley
SLAM Herstory Project
Sophia Smith Oral History Collection
Surviving Katrina And Rita in Houston
Texas After Violence Project (the digitized interviews at UT)
University of Alaska (Fairbanks) Project Jukebox
University of Baltimore, Baltimore ’68 Riots
University of North Carolina’s Oral Histories of the American South
University of Pittsburgh’s Pittsburgh and Beyond: The Experience of the Jewish Community
University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute Testimony Archive
University of Texas’s “Human Rights Documentation Initiative” on Rwanda and Burma among others
UT-Libraries Human Rights Documentation Initiative in collaboration with Kigali Memorial Centre on Genocide Archive Rwanda
University of Wisconsin Madison Campus Voices Project
Witness to Guantanamo

Interactive Maps

Concordia University’s Memoryscapes
CityLore’s City of Memory

Audio Projects

Invisible 5 self-guided audio tour along Interstate 5
Brown University’s Fox Point Community History including audio tour