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A compilation of audio clips from WBGO oral history segments on various figures and organizations in Newark during the commemoration of Newark’s rich 350-year history.
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This is a collection of audio recordings from the WBGO radio segments featuring NC350 Committee Chairman, Junius Williams. Williams, along with other NC350 staff members, interview various organizers and festival promoters about events and programs that were featured throughout Newark's 350th Anniversary celebration.
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Growing up in Red Bank, NJ One hour Part 2 recorded May 31 2013, covering 1930s to 1950s. Harry Greenwood and Dan Dorn, Jr. interviewed by Mary Faith Chmiel and Elizabeth McDermott
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This audio recording provides the recitation of the Sunday 9th hour of the Daily Offices according to the traditions of the Syriac Orthodox Church according to the tradition of Ma’arrat Saydnaya, Syria.
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An interview with Tannah Morris, high school student and Gospel pianist. She lives in Salem N.J. This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is a unique ethnographic project using arts and craftsmanship to display the distinctive character of people across America. Its goal is to create an engaging and accessible public archive of American people and their histories, an archive that provides diverse opinions and honest representations of those documented.
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An interview with Grant Harris, owner of Cowtown Rodeo and Cowtown Flea Market in NJ. This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is a unique ethnographic project using arts and craftsmanship to display the distinctive character of people across America. Its goal is to create an engaging and accessible public archive of American people and their histories, an archive that provides diverse opinions and honest representations of those documented.
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An interview with Ken Nerger, former gallery manager and chemical disposal worker. This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is a unique ethnographic project using arts and craftsmanship to display the distinctive character of people across America. Its goal is to create an engaging and accessible public archive of American people and their histories, an archive that provides diverse opinions and honest representations of those documented.
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The panelists field questions from the audience ranging from the U.S. occupation of Iraq, the Palestinian/Israeli situation, U.S. intervention in Libya and lack of intervention in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, the role of Al-Jazeera in the Middle East, and the overall track record of the U.S. in the Middle East.
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An interview with Coley Morris, high school student and drummer. He lives in Salem, NJ. This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is a unique ethnographic project using arts and craftsmanship to display the distinctive character of people across America. Its goal is to create an engaging and accessible public archive of American people and their histories, an archive that provides diverse opinions and honest representations of those documented
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