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Come out to support this awesome project this Saturday & show #Astoria some love! #storytelling #oralhistory twitter.com/fiveborostorie…
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Janet Bunde from @nyuniversity sharing best practices in developing ed partnerships between archives & faculty to highlight #bronxhistory pic.twitter.com/Iu2fVqaJXe
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@CSChloss385 talking about Hall of Fame architecture & NYU history @BCCcuny #bronxhistory pic.twitter.com/p46ccH4tMP
Susan Amber on using mystery lit for student engagement with Hall of Fame @BCCcuny #bronxhistory pic.twitter.com/3GGxei7oAQ
Angel Hernandez speaking about outreach efforts to collect Latinx history in the Bronx @BronxHistory w Bronx Music Heritage @BCCcuny pic.twitter.com/umktwbdPXA
Great example of using archives in primary ed in the Bronx! twitter.com/pkanaka/status…
John Ahearn talking about the South Bronx "Hall of Fame" #rethinkgreatness @BCCcuny pic.twitter.com/mwgRrNBs11
Excited to hear more from our panelists from @BCCcuny @nyuniversity @BronxHistory about use of archives in #publichistory! twitter.com/kculkin/status…
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Looking forward to morning panel on commemoration/#publicart w John Ahearn, @pkanaka & Ruth Sergel this Fri! #bronxhistory twitter.com/kculkin/status…
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