Outspoken: A COPH Podcast

Episode Fourteen: 

For the record - A story engagement area in north Long beach

In this episode Dr. Cawthra talks with graduate students, Cynthia Castaneda, Patrick Guarte, and Brenda St. Hilaire. The students share their experiences working with the North Long Beach community to create a walking history tour on Atlantic Avenue, and a corresponding educational website.

You'll also hear clips from oral histories conducted with longtime Long Beach residents.

 

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Featured Narrators

winifred carter

Winifred Carter seated on couch in her living room

 

 

Winifred Carter is a longtime resident of Long Beach.  She has been a key activist and volunteer in the city of Long Beach and, in particular, North Long Beach since the early 1970s.  Carter's oral history interview was conducted for the “For the Record” project in conjunction with the Long Beach non-profit, We Are the Next and California State University, Fullerton. 

For more information on Winifred Carter contact COPH at (657) 278-3580 or coph@fullerton.edu

 

dan pressburg

Dan Pressburg and wife Holly standing in front doorway smiling

 

Resident of Long Beach, Dan Pressburg, is a prominent activist and volunteer in the city of Long Beach and, in particular, North Long Beach since the mid-1980s.  His oral history interview was conducted  for the “For the Record” project in conjunction with the Long Beach non-profit, We Are the Next and California State University, Fullerton. 

For more information on Dan Pressburg contact COPH at (657) 278-3580 or coph@fullerton.edu