Nashville Meeting - Phyllis Noble: Archiving Our Nigeria Memories

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ARCHIVING OUR NIGERIA MEMORIES

1. The RPCV ORAL HISTORY PROJECT
    at the JFK Library in Boston

2. The Peace Corps Community Archive (PCCA)
    at American University in Washington, D.C.


The RPCV Oral History Project
The National Archives at
The John F. Kennedy Library


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Nearly 400 RPCV interviews are now in the National Archives, housed at the JFK Library.


Once you’ve been interviewed, you’ve been trained!

   NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!


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How do you get involved?
1. Get a copy of the Project Guide and study it.
2. Purchase a tape recorder.
   (NOT digital. TAPE.)
3. Purchase 60-minute audiotapes online.
4. Photocopy the required forms.
5. Interview your RPCV friends!
6. Send tapes and forms to the JFK Library.


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How much do you get paid?

YOU ARE A VOLUNTEER!


The PEACE CORPS COMMUNITY ARCHIVE
(PCCA)

    at AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
    Washington, D.C.


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blogs.library.american.edu/pcca

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