Building anti-oppression principles and practices into your project at the design/proposal stage

Date and Time TBD

Registration will open soon.

How do you build anti-oppression principles into your project from its inception onward? In this PSN chat we will be discussing the design phase of oral history projects and sharing our thoughts and experiences on how anti-oppression can be built into project proposals. Although we know that projects shift and transform over time, we will be talking about the best strategies for project design when our broad goals are ending the oppressions born of white supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalism.


  • Ariel Appel, digital storytelling intern at Center for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley
  • David Spataro, Political Science Instructor at Bellevue College
  • Sady Sullivan, Curator of Oral History, Columbia University Libraries; Led Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations oral history project at Brooklyn Historical Society: