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The Philadelphia Public History Truck: Exploring Cultural Access, Building Community

Nicole Wisler

The brainchild of Erin Bernard, the Philadelphia Public history truck is a mobile museum that aims to record the stories of Philadelphia "from old crumbling sidewalks to refurbished loft apartments, from death records to new babies on the block." Her goal is to connect community members to each other and their neighborhoods and to empower community members to create together.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    This project is incredible. Thanks for sharing. Reminds me of StoryCorps! Are there plans to put the stories in a book? I love the idea of a storytelling block party!

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      PS are you involved in this project? It seems like such an amazing way to build community.