Riverside Metropolitan Museum

Riverside Metropolitan Museum

R' Stories Oral History Project



R' Stories Oral History Project

The Riverside Metropolitan Museum is partnering with the UC Riverside Public History Graduate Program to conduct oral history interviews with Asian Pacific American community members as part of the exhibition, “I Want the Wide American Earth.” We are interested in documenting and preserving the diverse experiences and life stories of Asian Pacific Americans in Riverside. Please join us at the Museum on April 11th from 1-4pm to meet the oral historians and hear more about the project and on May 31st for a presentation and screening. 

How to Share Your Story | April 11, 2015  | 1 - 4 pm | Free
Please join us at the Museum in the "I Want the Wide American Earth" Exhibit Gallery on April 11th from 1-
4 pm to meet the oral historians and hear more about the project.

Final Project Presentation |  May 31, 2015  | 1 - 3 pm | Free
Screening and presentation of the R' Stories Oral History Project

Print out the R' Stories Flyer

 





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