The Library of Congress – Make Sure Your Story is Heard
You answered the call to serve your country in Korea and Vietnam, and The Library of Congress wants to make sure your story is heard so future generations can recognize your sacrifice. The LOC’s Veterans History Project (VHP) records and preserves the stories of US veterans and makes them available to researchers and members of the public.
VHP staff will be onsite at the AAAA Summit recording oral histories of veterans, as well as holding workshops to teach people how they can become a volunteer correspondent for VHP and assist the Library of Congress with preserving these important memories. It only takes about 45 minutes of your time, but leaves a legacy that lasts forever.
If you are interested:
- Please email Andrew Huber (email@example.com) or call 202-707-1819 to RSVP for an interview.
- Interviews will be conducted from 9:00AM-5:00PM, April 22-24 onsite at the Summit.
- Workshops will be held daily during the conference