2019-2020

FEATURED ORAL HISTORIES

Dr. Ed Rice's Journalism Class

Check out this page to see five student projects--four videos and one slide presentation--from Dr. Ed Rice's Journalism class. Students interviewed people from a different generation to deepen their own understanding of media and technology. 

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ORAL HISTORIES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE

Oral Histories of the Inland Empire is a collaborative, on-going project between students and educators at K-12 and colleges in the Inland Empire (also called the I. E.). Our goal is to highlight Inland Empire residents' experiences through oral history.

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LISTENING AND STORYTELLING

This oral history work has taken place over the last few years. Find out some important moments in this cross-sectoral project below.

In the 2020-2021 academic year, ten educators and their students continued this work while school campuses went online at the start of their school year. 

In the 2019-20 academic year, twenty educators and their students from middle school, high school, and college worked together to complete oral histories around the topic of community. 

In the 2017-18 academic year, students at various schools in Perris and Moreno Valley, California, selected narrators (interviewees) who would help students and readers know more about the diverse people in the Inland Empire. These stories--oral histories--were transcribed and prepared for publication by students. 

Begin reading the oral histories here. All narrators of these oral histories have given their permission for their stories to be shared. 

For more information on this project, see the About Us page.

Pictured at left: "Untitled" by Alecs

"The IE is a place that I feel I belong to and that I truly love."

                     

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Website created for Oral Histories of the Inland Empire (2018).