Inside Scoop: Why Interviewing In Person is Best

In this Inside Scoop, Veronica Kirin describes why interviewing in person is necessary for the success of the project.  Also, a few bloopers to keep it real.

Inside Scoop: Why This Work is So Important

I can’t say enough that this project is important to a lot of people – not just to myself.  A 30-second elevator pitch just doesn’t cut it.  This latest Inside Scoop better describes my feelings.

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Ruth Harper Testimonial

Ruth Harper, a Grand Rapids native and author, tells us why she got involved with the Untold Stories Project.

Inside Scoop: What We Will Learn

The Inside Scoop on what we stand to learn from our elders.

Inside Scoop: Why must this be a national narrative?

I am adamant that this is a national narrative, not just local.  If I gather only local stories, the impact will remain local.  That won’t reach the kids on the western seaboard who need their history just as much as we do.  Here, I explain more.