OHMA EXHIBITS: a collection of interactive oral history encounters

2021 Bio Susan Garrity

Susan Garrity is an OHMA student and a volunteer and supporter of issues and opportunities affecting her community. Her current focus is on activating the oral histories of the diverse legacies reflected in the history of a 300 + acre centuries old site being developed into an urban park. By memorializing the lives of those who intersected with the site, including Indigenous Americans, enslaved people and the mentally ill, she hopes to contribute to successfully bringing “Memory to Action”.

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