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Oral Histories

Over 3000 video oral history interviews with African Americans from across the United States who have made significant contributions in a wide variety of fields. Currently (October 2023) there are over 800 video clips of individuals talking about their experiences in Newark. Rutgers-restricted Access
The Krueger-Scott Oral History Collection
Audio files of over 100 interviews with African American Newarkers who had migrated to the city between 1900 and the 1980s, as well as those whose local roots spanned generations. Interviews were conducted in 1995-1999 as a project of the Krueger-Scott Cultural Center.
Visual History Archive
Over 54,000 video testimonies, primarily of Jewish survivors and other persons with experience of the Holocaust. Also includes video testimonies on the Armenian Genocide, the Nanjing Massacre, the Cambodian Genocide, the Guatemalan Genocide of 1978-1983, the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, the ongoing conflicts in the Central African Republic and South Sudan, and anti-Rohingya mass violence. Rutgers-restricted Access
Chicana and Chicano Studies: Oral History
UCLA collection of the post-World War II Chicana and Chicano experience.
UCLA Library Center for Oral History Research
Includes interviews pertaining to Central Americans in Southern California; the Chicano Movement; and Latina and Latino History.
Latino Oral History Collection
Collection compiled by the New Jersey Hispanic Resource and Information Center (NJHRIC) at the Newark Public Library. 21 digitized interviews.
Latino Oral History: Justice
Ten oral history excerpts focused on the theme of justice, as expressed through the life experiences from prominent Latinos who have focused their efforts in the state of New Jersey, many of them in Newark.
Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project
"Videos, outlines, and selected transcripts of oral history interviews conducted principally with members of the first generations of Cubans to leave the island after the Cuban Revolution."

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