How to Plan a Successful Listening Event
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
1:00 – 2:15pm EST
Amy Starecheski, Associate Director, Oral History MA Program, Columbia University; Practitioner Support Network Working Group
Rachel Falcone, Co-Producer and Creator, Housing is a Human Right; Director, Sandy Storyline
Listening events can be an effective way to share oral histories and create public dialogue around them. However, they can also be challenging to organize/ How much audio can people sit and listen to? How can we engage people in conversation, community building, and action after hearing oral histories together? This PSN call will be a space for participants to share what worked, what did not, and build a collective toolbox of strategies for organizing a successful listening event.
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