Oral History Interview: The Importance of Integrating Primary Sources from Diverse Perspectives in your [History] Classroom

We are sitting in Yoko Faircloth’s cozy living room on March 11, 2017 in Alhambra, California. There is an old television with dial knobs and dozens of pairs of shoes scattered by the front door. With full bellies, the eleven people have made themselves comfortable on the two couches, beige carpet, and round four-person kitchen … Continue reading Oral History Interview: The Importance of Integrating Primary Sources from Diverse Perspectives in your [History] Classroom