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Our oral history book series takes a humanizing, literary approach to illuminating the stories of people around the world who have experienced injustice.

Our education program connects educators, students, and social justice advocates with important unheard stories and supports them in conducting their own oral history projects.

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[VIDEO] How VOW Editor Jimmie Briggs is Helping the People of Ferguson Take Back Their Stories

Dear Friends, Like many Americans, I spent much of late 2014 engulfed by the story of Ferguson, a small town in Missouri that emerged into the national spotlight after a young African-American man named [...]

[VIDEO] Meet Soledad, a Youth Migrant Determined to Take Back Her Story

Dear Friends, A warm hello from VOW editors Steven Mayers and Jonathan Freedman! For over a year, we've been interviewing young people who are fleeing abuse, hunger, gangs, and corrupt authorities in their home countries of [...]

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