"These stories. They stick with you:" Michigan PBB Oral History Project

Nicole Brabaw, Brittany Fremion

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Abstract

This was accepted Feb. 26, 2020. The conf was cancelled due to Covid in March, but the conf planners asked if we are willing to present at the 2021 conf and we are!<br><br>We recorded our presentations in advance and they were accessible the week of Oct. 9, 2021 and we answered z Q&A session live on Oct. 16, 2021.<br><br>Afterwards we were told "The Emory team plans to share links to our presentations on the Michigan PBB Registry Facebook page and the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force wants to link them to their website."<br><br>My part in this panel: I will discuss the challenges and advantages of preserving, describing and providing access to oral histories in various formats, with and without proper paperwork, from an archival perspective, and the challenges and advantages of collaborating with archives in building primary source collections connected to oral history projects.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Oct 16 2021
EventMichigan Oral History Association - Lansing
Duration: Oct 1 2021Oct 31 2021

Conference

ConferenceMichigan Oral History Association
Period10/1/2110/31/21

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