Chef Vivian Howard has a plan to raise support for Hurricane Matthew recovery in Eastern North Carolina. It starts with fish stew.
Ree Ree Wei and several other teenagers began recording audio on Transplanting Traditions Community Farm, thanks to producer Alix Blair, who ran a week-long workshop for them.
Robeson County, North Carolina is enduring extensive and devastating flooding in towns like Lumberton and Pembroke, the focus of one of our oral history projects. Here’s how you can help.
Meet the presenters of SFA’s Graduate Student Conference oral history panel.
Records at the Moravian Archives in Winston-Salem show that chicken pie suppers as church fundraisers go back at least to 1920.
This year’s Fabric of Freedom events kick off September 2 at the very place the sit-in movement began: the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, located in the former F.W. Woolworth building.
There was laughter, a few tears, and an ocean’s worth of island pride that night.
Ira Lewis grew up on the shores of Harkers Island fishing as his father did on Shackleford Banks. He joined the coast guard in 1938.
We will honor the folks who shared their stories for our Harkers Island oral history project with a listening room event and community potluck on Thursday, August 11 in Harkers Island, North Carolina.