The pandemic, a national election, and a reckoning with racial injustice are colliding to make 2020 a year like no other. What does this moment feel like to you, a resident of western Wyoming? Share your perspective for the Voices of Jackson oral history project.
We’ll be hosting recording/listening sessions at the Teton County Library on November 17, 18 and 19 from 4 – 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to swing by to record your perspective. No appointment necessary.
Community members can also submit recordings to us directly via the below form. All you need is a cellphone.
Directions to submit remotely.
- Open Voice Memos app your phone (or similar voice recorder).
- Press red button to begin recording.
- Speak clearly into your phone addressing the prompts below. Submit no more than two minutes of audio.
- Save your audio file and submit either via the form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To include in your audio recording:
State your name, what you do (your passion, what you do for a living, or both), and how long you’ve lived in Jackson, WY.
Speak to the following questions:
- What does this moment feel like to you, a resident of western Wyoming?
- What is unique about living in Jackson through 2020?
- What are you hopeful about?
- What are you concerned about?
This project is in partnership with the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative and made possible by generous support from Wyoming Humanities and Arts for All.