The Social Voice Project

Public History Matters!

Welcome to The Social Voice Project, a multimedia educational project dedicated to public history.

What’s Your Story?

 

Features

Podcasts

The Social Voice Project, Inc. is a different kind of media company. We’re dedicated to promoting public history and the humanities. We do this by forming cooperative creative partnerships with nonprofits and other community oriented organizations and individuals to reveal and celebrate local history–including the voices and stories of our lives–past and present. We create our own content, collaborate and produce with our partners, and […]

Storytelling

Stories and audio essays reflecting our personal, social, economic, and political experiences.   More storytelling sources & resources

Pittsburgh-Area Oral Histories

First-hand accounts of our social, economic, and political lives. More oral history and public history sources & resources.

Photography

Photography focusing on public history, social-minded photo essays, journalism, and creative cultural imagery.  

Latest Posts

R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 3) – Gaslight (Angel Street)

R-ACT Theatre Podcast (Ep 3) – Gaslight (Angel Street)

Robert Eric Armstrong | Gaslight (Angel Street)   On episode 3 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Robert Eric Armstrong about R-ACT’s 2017 production of Gaslight (Angel Street), written by Patrick Hamilton and directed by Robert Eric Armstrong. Also featured on the podcast, readings from the play and commentary by actors Jenn Rian, Eric McAnallen, Dave Newhart, Danielle Lang, and Rica Howarth. […]

Read Me
Longest War Podcast (Ep37) – James Huggins

Longest War Podcast (Ep37) – James Huggins

James Huggins | Promotion Denied On episode 37 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with US Air Force veteran James Huggins about serving as a military cop, tough duty assignments, “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” and why leaving the service was the right thing to do.   (This episode contains explicit language or subject matter)   Those who served since the attacks of […]

Read Me
Veteran Voices Podcast (Ep 39): Teresa Funke

Veteran Voices Podcast (Ep 39): Teresa Funke

Teresa Funke | Historical Fiction  On Episode 39 of Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast, we talk with author Teresa Funke about historical fiction, oral history, the art of conversation, and why it matters more than ever to preserve the stories of the WWII generation.     Teresa Funke is an award-winning author of numerous books based on true-life stories from the WWII era.  She […]

Read Me