This is a teaser of an exclusive bonus episode for our Patreon members. No stone will be left unturned, featuring fragments of resistance uncovered by The Barre Oral History Project (2017). Hear the full, one-hour BONUS episode by becoming a Patreon member today: patreon.com/enmasse
There’s a huge pile of rocks near each quarry pit. Large enough to make a person stop their car to look, or for the neighborhood kids to get scraped and bruised to claim kingship over. They are made of granite waste rock -- the bits and pieces considered invaluable and left behind. In the field of oral history, all stories are valuable. Oral historians care about people not profit. No stone is left unturned. In this bonus episode, we present to you fragments of working life in Barre, Vermont from the rest of Liz Medina’s Barre Oral History Project (2017).
Teaser Music Credits:
"Amber Haze" by Daniel Birch
"Sun comes up, I come down" by Silicon Transmitter
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