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12021-05-12T00:27:26+00:00Carlin Liu Ziaf35c69e953cd4001ddc41bd48e720246e1701a0841The central logo is a circle with the Black Lives Matter clenched fist in the middle of it, but the fist is grasping a microphone. The importance of the logo is our shared support for Black Lives Matter on the show, as well as the goal of the show, to bring diverse stories to the world from people who have historically not had a seat at the table.A black logo on a light gray background. Around the circle is the name of the “show” or exhibit, “Making Meaning: An Oral History”.plain2021-05-12T00:27:26+00:00hubCarlin Liu Ziaf35c69e953cd4001ddc41bd48e720246e1701a08
On the Making Meaning: An Oral History Project show, we look to explore diverse perspectives from across generations. From activists of the past to current educators, the MMOHP looks to bring together generations of people through storytelling and live interactions. Although we'd love to do this in person, we will conduct the show live on Riverside.fm virtually, staying within the new COVID-19 reality.