Oklahoma Crossroads Oral History Workshop
The Oklahoma Crossroads Oral History Project seeks to document change in small communities and rural Oklahoma by empowering junior high and high school students to have powerful conversations with those around them. Through a unique partnership between Oklahoma Humanities, the Chisholm Trail Museum, and the John and Eleanor Kirkpatrick Research Center at the Oklahoma History Center, we will collect and preserve the story of change in rural Oklahoma for generations to come.

To help launch the project, the Chisholm Trail Museum and Oklahoma Humanities are hosting a digital workshop for teachers on October 27 from 4:00pm – 6:00pm. Educators will learn oral history basics and strategies for integrating oral histories into classroom projects.

Teachers who participate in the two-hour digital workshop will receive copies of The Oral History Manual, tripods for digital recording devices, and more.

Please sign up today as space is limited!
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