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"If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together." -Lilla Watson

At the Cassandra Voss Center, believe in a just world. We believe in collaboration and resource building, and have worked to archive videos, tutorials, publications, education and actionable materials produced in our four years of programming. 

SNC StoryCorps Community

Throughout the year the SNC community will conduct interviews using the StoryCorps app. We will highlight and celebrate some of these stories at the StoryCorps showcase on April 12, 2018, in the Cassandra Voss Center at 7 p.m.

You can find the SNC Community Interviews here: 

  • Community Interviews: A collection of interviews conducted by the St. Norbert College community. 
  • Custom Questions List: Interview Questions for SNC faculty, students and staff which include topics on growing up, identity, life and legacy, vocation, and spirituality. 
  • Post-Election Politics Questions List: A list of questions specifically aimed at understanding political affiliations and reflecting on the 2017 U.S. Presidential election.


Looking to record your own interviews using the StoryCorps app? Check out following resources: 

  • How To Get Involved: Find out how to start recording your own interviews.  
  • Interview Tips: Nervous about your first interview? Don't know what to ask? This should help. 
  • Sound Quality: How to "sound-treat" a room and get the best app experience. 
  • Strategies for Groups: Find out how to organize a group collection of your recorded interviews.
  • Interview Keywords Form: How to make the interviews searchable on StoryCorps.me and in the Library of Congress archive.
  • Using Another Audio-Recorder: Did you record an interview on another device? Here's how to upload your interview to your StoryCorps.me account.

Allyship

Videos

Publications

Race

Videos

Gender

Videos
Publications

Feminism

Videos

Sexuality

Videos
  • "Whose Booty Is This?" An open conversation for students with bell hooks, Anna Czarnik-Neimeyer, Lynnee Denise, and Stephanie Troutman. Hosted by Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts

Education & Ed Policy

Videos
Curriculum 
Publications

Music

2017 bell hooks Residency Playlist
Curated by DJ Afrekete

This playlist was created by DJ Afrekete in a unique celebration of the 4th bell hooks Residency at St. Norbert College's Cassandra Voss Center. 

bell hooks is one of the most consistent and eloquent voices on the subject of Black love, creativity and culture. This soundtrack honors that by highlighting the contributions made to Black music culture by African American women and femmes.

2016-17 "Untied Masculinity" Programming Playlist
  1. "Love Make the World Go Round" – Jennifer Lopez & Lin Manuel Miranda  
  2. "The Man" – Aloe Blacc
  3. "Locked Inside" – Janelle Monae
  4. "U Got the Look" – Prince
  5. "Smooth Sailin" – Leon Bridges
  6. "This Is Our Year" – Lex Allen
  7. "Our Own House" – MisterWives
  8. "Freedom" – Allen Stone
  9. "The Phoenix" – Norman Connors
Others
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