Remedies across Contexts

oral histories of healthcare access by queer and trans health activists of color

Oral history is again at the core of the Remedies Across Contexts project, this time targeting the question of healthcare access by queer and trans health activists of color in three major metropolitan regions of the United States: New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. By training undergraduate students and collaborating with Princeton’s LGBTQ Center, the project will create a digital archive of oral histories documenting the work of community-based activists and organizers. Each source-interview in the archive will become also a “resource” for scholars and community members, as it will be accompanied by meta-data and framed into a hypertext system connecting the users with relevant resources.