The Burke Library is excited about the start of it’s newest outreach project, #LoveInAction: Voices in Social Justice. This project will train two Union Theological Seminary students in the theory and practice of oral history and archival research. The students will be doing extensive research in the Union archives in order to prepare and conduct oral history interviews of alums during the Student Interracial Ministry reunion, a program that will happen in May 2017 (details TBD). The participating students were selected through a competitive application process and we are thrilled to announce them here:
We are so excited to have Kristine and Tabatha working with us on this amazing project for the next academic year! We will be sure to post updates along the way.
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