BETTER PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY HISTORY
Archiving at the John Hope Franklin Research Center
The John Hope Franklin Research Center in the Rubenstein Library collects, preserves and promotes the use of published and unpublished primary sources for the exploration, understanding and advancement of scholarship of the history and culture of Africa and people of the African Diaspora in the Americas.
Director John Hope Franklin Research Center for African American History and Culture
Lessons from the Field: Community Memory Work with Civil Rights Veterans
Civil Rights Historian, Educator, Speaker, Activist
Research Professor John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute
Download the slides from Danita Mason-Hogans and Wesley Hogan's workshop presentation.
Download Fanny García's article, "Money Talks: Narrator Compensation in Oral History"
View the January 30 workshop held at Chapel Hill Public Library.
Share your ideas for community history
Do you have ideas for Chapel Hill Community History programs or projects? Let us know by filling out the form below, sending an email to email@example.com, or leaving us a message at 919-969-2028.