Gateways Oral History Project

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Gateways Oral History Project
The Gateways Oral History collection consists of interviews conducted by the Evergreen Archives with former faculty and students of the Gateways for Incarcerated Youth program over the last (at this time) 26 years since its founding. Faculty and former students were initially interviewed over the 2023 Winter quarter as a part of a student’s capstone project to document the history of the Gateways for Incarcerated Youth program, one of the oldest Inside-Out programs in the country. Participants were asked to reflect on their experience in the Gateways program through a series of questions, with interviews lasting around 2 hours. The collection consists of digital audio recordings and transcripts, as well as narrative selections put together by the curator.


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