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The Bronx COVID 19 Oral History Project

Title (Dublin Core)

The Bronx COVID 19 Oral History Project

Description (Dublin Core)

The Bronx Covid-19 Project is an initiative of the Bronx African American History Project, one of the largest and most respected community based oral history initiatives in the United States. The goal is to capture the voices of Bronx residents, in audio and video form, about how their families, communities and workplaces have been affected by the Global Pandemic which has spread through the Bronx with deadly force
Executive Committee: Carlos Rico, Veronica Quiroga, Bethany Fernandez

Student And Alumni Interviewers: Alison Johnson Rini, Grace Schmidt

Faculty Advisors: Dr Mark Naison, Dr Jane Edward

Sponsored by Bronx African American History Project

Date (Dublin Core)

June 3, 2020

Creator (Dublin Core)

Bronx African American History Project

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Harlee Rozell

Type (Dublin Core)

Hyperlink

Source (Dublin Core)

Controlled Vocabulary (Dublin Core)

English Race & Ethnicity
English Social Issues
English Community & Community Organizations
English Biography
English Emotion

Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

African Americans
Interviews
BAAHP

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

06/03/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

06/03/2020

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