Women Veterans in Fayetteville, NC gather to share their stories of home, transition and housing instability.
“If you are going to tell the truth you need to tell the whole truth, not just the fancy parts” –Workshop participant at a shelter in Orange County
“Are you poor?” asked the 6 year old boy to the volunteers making sandwiches. “Yes, I am! I am the working poor!” said a volunteer. “I am poor in material things but rich in gifts of the spirit,” said another volunteer.
Refugee families from Burma have found a new home here in North Carolina.
“My home follows me everywhere.” “I live in the aftermath of a blast.” “Home is my Grandmother.” –Workshop participants in Winston-Salem
UNC-CH Introduction to Public History class with Dr. Ann Whisnant.
Speaking Without Tongues exhibit, October 10-November 14 at Duke Chapel.