Daniel Kerr, "How Oral History Can Facilitate Movement Building"

Daniel Kerr,
"Daniel Kerr, a professor of history at American University, discusses research he conducted with the Cleveland Homeless Oral History Project where he has interviewed close to 200 homeless people and has facilitated dozens of workshops and meetings in the shelters and drop-in centers of Cleveland, Ohio. Focusing on his work with the project, Kerr examines how oral history research can move beyond professional and academic aims and actively facilitate social change."

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