Today took me to the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Park Slope to interview one of their volunteer staff for our forthcoming Park Slope Neighborhood Guide‘s audio component. They have over 2,000 tapes of oral history in their collection that they are slowly digitizing. It’s a warm, welcoming, and inspiring place.
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