Announcing MixTape

Participants at the May 2013 Groundswell Gathering decided to develop a resource we called MixTape. This publication briefly describes some of the fabulous work our members around the country are doing. We are pleased to share it with you! We hope you will enjoy it and share it with others. Hard copy versions of the MixTape can be purchased online here.

Additional Resources 

The following is a sampling of websites featuring organizations, networks and projects using or promoting the use of interviews, oral history and narrative for movement building and social change.  Please use the comment feature below to recommend additional sites!

American Jewish Peace Archive
Art & Democracy
Centre for Narrative Research
Creative Interventions
Creek Speak: Voices from Newtown Creek
Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS)
Freedom Archives
Global Feminisms Project at the University of Michigan
Guantanamo Public Memory Project
Heirs to a Fighting Tradition: Sharing Our Stories, Working for Justice
Housing is a Human Right
Inside Stories
It Gets Better Project
Listening for a Change
Living Under the Trees
Mashapaug’s Neighbors: Stories from Beyond the Pond
Mobile Homecoming: A Queer Black Mobile Homecoming
Neighborhood Story Project
Not in the Yearbooks
Occupy History
Occupy Oral History
Oral History and Social Justice (Daniel Kerr)
Panos Institute
Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project (University of Washington)
Secret Survivors – Undesirable Elements
Shenandoah Oral History Project
Silence Speaks
Texas After Violence Project
Thousand Kites
Threshold Collaborative: Engaging the Power of Community
Trans Oral History Project
Vanguard Revisited (GLBT Historical Society)
Voces Moviles/Mobile Voices
Veterans of Hope
We Shall Not Be Moved!
Winnemem Wintu Oral History Project
Wire Cutter
Women Who Rock at the University of Washington