Columbia University Oral History Masters Program

Columbia University Oral History Masters Program OHMA is the first program of its kind: a one-year interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree training students in oral history method and theory.

Our graduates work in museums, historical societies, advocacy organizations, media, the arts, education, human rights and development. OHMA is also excellent preparation for doctoral work in fields like anthropology, history, journalism, and American studies or professional degrees in law, education, or social work.

Alumni update! Last summer, Haitao Fan published ""Invincible《一往无前》,"" an oral history book about the rise of Xiaomi, a ...
06/11/2021

Alumni update! Last summer, Haitao Fan published ""Invincible《一往无前》,"" an oral history book about the rise of Xiaomi, a Chinese multinational electronics company. Haitao interviewed 100 employees and managers while working on the project, and the book quickly became a best-seller.

Alumni update! Last summer, Haitao Fan published ""Invincible《一往无前》,"" an oral history book about the rise of Xiaomi, a Chinese multinational electronics company. Haitao interviewed 100 employees and managers while working on the project, and the book quickly became a best-seller.

Last year, National Public Housing Museum launched a new podcast, "Out of the Archives," to amplify some of the voices i...
06/10/2021
Out of the Archives — National Public Housing Museum

Last year, National Public Housing Museum launched a new podcast, "Out of the Archives," to amplify some of the voices in their growing oral history collection. Overall, the podcast aims to underscore the right of every person to have a "place to call home" in which they can thrive. You can head over to the link to listen to the episodes, each of which is built around a distinct theme, including recreation, entrepreneurship, and community care.

https://www.nphm.org/out-of-the-archives

In 2020, the National Public Housing Museum began sharing audio from its archive of oral histories in a podcast called Out of the Archives! Each episode includes a diverse range of stories told by public housing residents. The episodes feature different themes that respond to the NPHM mission to pre...

Looking for some oral history-themed summer reading? The "Final Revival of Opal and Nev," a debut novel by Dawnie Walton...
06/09/2021
Dawnie Walton's first novel, a fictional oral history, is getting the kind of buzz that authors dream about

Looking for some oral history-themed summer reading? The "Final Revival of Opal and Nev," a debut novel by Dawnie Walton, takes the form of a music oral history. In the book, an entertainment journalist and magazine editor, Sunny Shelton, conducts interviews to reconstruct the history of a famous 1970s rock duo, Opal and Nev. Sunny not only learns about the story behind the unexpected pairing--a Black singer from Detroit (Opal) and a white singer and songwriter from England (Nev)--but she also learns a much more complex story about the act's final years. You can get more behind-the-scenes insights into Walton's writing process through this author interview.
https://www.inquirer.com/news/dawnie-walton-final-revival-of-opal-and-nev-20210326.html

The former magazine editor has written a much-anticipated novel about a magazine editor's passion project.

This Friday evening, Oral History Summer School is hosting a public conversation about how oral history can change the s...
06/08/2021

This Friday evening, Oral History Summer School is hosting a public conversation about how oral history can change the social narrative on crime, punishment and repair. The event will feature two past OHMA Workshop presenters: Sarita Daftary of the Rikers Public Memory Project & Alisa Del Tufo of Survivors Voices: Women of Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.

You can register for the event here: http://bit.ly/ohssjune11

This Friday evening, Oral History Summer School is hosting a public conversation about how oral history can change the social narrative on crime, punishment and repair. The event will feature two past OHMA Workshop presenters: Sarita Daftary of the Rikers Public Memory Project & Alisa Del Tufo of Survivors Voices: Women of Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.

You can register for the event here: http://bit.ly/ohssjune11

While the role of the Netherlands in the trans-Atlantic trade of enslaved people is often not included within dominant d...
06/08/2021
Telling Stories of Slavery, One Person at a Time

While the role of the Netherlands in the trans-Atlantic trade of enslaved people is often not included within dominant discourse on Dutch history, a new exhibit at Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is shifting this norm with an innovative exploration of the topic. The exhibit, entitled "Slavery," focuses on ten different objects from the museum's collection and re-contextualizes each by showing its connection to the forced migration of enslaved people in the 17th-19th centuries. The exhibit is grounded in the stories of individuals connected with each object, often re-constructed through passed-down oral histories. You can get a preview of five of these objects at the link.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/04/arts/design/rijksmuseum-slavery-exhibition.html

A new exhibition in Amsterdam reconstructs personal histories to confront the Netherlands’ extensive and little-discussed involvement in the international trade of enslaved people during the colonial era.

"From my own experience, I’ve learned that the foundation of an ethical, descriptive, and successful conversation is the...
06/07/2021
Treat an Interview Like a Relationship - Transom

"From my own experience, I’ve learned that the foundation of an ethical, descriptive, and successful conversation is the relationship you create with the person you’re interviewing. The way you approach a hard conversation either reinforces a pathway for exchange or erodes trust in the relationship. You can set yourself up for a more productive, less volatile exchange by being clear about what you are trying to accomplish by treading into challenging terrain."
--Anna Sale, host of "Death, S*x & Money"

In OHMA, our students listen to "Death, S*x & Money" to learn from Anna Sale's unique way of guiding interviews on difficult topics. In this piece with embedded clips, Sale shares nine key tips to leaning in during an interview and shares some memorable examples from past episodes.

https://transom.org/2021/treat-an-interview-like-a-relationship/

Treat an Interview Like a Relationship - Transom

As a compilation of dozens of in-depth interviews with mom-and-pop business owners and community members in Philadelphia...
06/06/2021
‘A Phonebook’ centers place and people in award-winning oral history

As a compilation of dozens of in-depth interviews with mom-and-pop business owners and community members in Philadelphia, "A Phonebook" provides a unique example of how place-based oral history projects can support community development. The project is published in a format reminiscent of old-school phonebooks and can be found at a handful of the participating local businesses. Philadelphia Packaging Company, the team behind the project, conceived of "A Phonebook" as a way to facilitate new connections between Philadelphia residents and local businesses, and the project took on new meaning when the pandemic hit in 2020. You can head to the link below to listen to an interview with two of the creators about the vision and evolution of the project.

https://www.theartblog.org/2021/05/a-phonebook-centers-place-and-people-in-award-winning-oral-history/

In this 33-minute Artblog Radio episode, Roberta speaks with Quinha Faria and Tyler Burdenski, two (out of nine) of the people behind the award-winning community project ‘A Phonebook,' an image-rich oral history of about 120 Philadelphia 'mom and pop' businesses. 'A Phonebook' goes into second pri...

Drawing on orality and storytelling traditions, Xam sa démb, xam sa tey (“Know your past, know your present”) is a podca...
06/05/2021
Senegal is preserving its oral history in a podcast

Drawing on orality and storytelling traditions, Xam sa démb, xam sa tey (“Know your past, know your present”) is a podcast retelling Senegalese history, created in a collaboration between Senegalese National Archives, the Goethe-Institut, and the House of Orality and Heritage. The series has 50 episodes, recorded in both French and Wolof, and was designed to engage Senegalese youth in the nation's history in new ways. You can read more about the podcast's vision and approach, including some reflections on social media and orality, at the link.

https://qz.com/africa/2014810/senegal-preserves-oral-history-in-a-podcast-with-massamba-gueye/

Xam sa démb, xam sa tey (“Know your past, know your present”) aims to make Senegalese history accessible to youth and to preserve the country’s storytelling tradition.

Antioch University recently launched a new podcast, The Seed Field, and OHMA alum Lauren Instenes is on the team behind ...
06/04/2021
The Seed Field Podcast › The Seed Field

Antioch University recently launched a new podcast, The Seed Field, and OHMA alum Lauren Instenes is on the team behind it! The podcast interviews members of the Antioch community about their areas of expertise, focusing on work that embodies the university's values. You can check out Episode 6 with Dr. Gina Pasquale, which explores the impacts of the pandemic on children and how we can be better listeners for young people in our lives. Lauren was a guest co-host on this episode and produces/edits the larger series.
https://seedfield.antioch.edu/the-podcast/?fbclid=IwAR3FdMCoodE38-tPTU-0-ANmNUptJHgT9P2qywr2E474aWuHGIEFNp7jbRk

Celebrating and sharing stories from those that embody the spirit of Antioch University and our founder, Horace Mann, as they win victories for humanity. Join Simon Javan Okelo and Jasper Nighthawk as they interview leaders, students, and members of the global Antioch community. Recent Episodes Meet...

We hope you can join us tonight at 6:30pm EST for a panel discussion that explores OHMA student and Columbia Journalism ...
06/03/2021

We hope you can join us tonight at 6:30pm EST for a panel discussion that explores OHMA student and Columbia Journalism School faculty Lisa R. Cohen's "Voices from the Home Front" oral history project! You can find the RSVP link below.

https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckcuyrpjkuEtFQG9r3k_irgJT1bBBGfABz?fbclid=IwAR1-qFKMMtlG3QgBnsNUNRic1172Ocm2Vop0-Ggxotx_mdfBHoUsD4jcFAk

We hope you can join us tonight at 6:30pm EST for a panel discussion that explores OHMA student and Columbia Journalism School faculty Lisa R. Cohen's "Voices from the Home Front" oral history project! You can find the RSVP link below.

https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckcuyrpjkuEtFQG9r3k_irgJT1bBBGfABz?fbclid=IwAR1-qFKMMtlG3QgBnsNUNRic1172Ocm2Vop0-Ggxotx_mdfBHoUsD4jcFAk

What are the implications of our choices to name narrators or anonymize their stories? What does this mean when we ampli...
06/03/2021
Author Interview: Mia Martin Hobbs on (Un)naming

What are the implications of our choices to name narrators or anonymize their stories? What does this mean when we amplify their words through public-facing work? Mia Martin Hobbs’s recent Oral History Review article and the associated author Q&A explore these dynamics within her dissertation work with US and Australian Vietnam veterans, as well as the process that informed her ultimate approach to anonymizing.

https://t.co/B3PvjKOsJU?amp=1

Our new issue 48.1 features Mia Martin Hobbs’s article, “(Un)Naming: Ethics, Agency, and Anonymity in Oral Histories with Veteran-Narrators,” about the complexities of anonymizing…

“Oral history is a radically democratic act. You'll find that history isn't some stuffy chore of memorizing rote dates a...
06/02/2021
Bearing witness to COVID at UC Santa Cruz

“Oral history is a radically democratic act. You'll find that history isn't some stuffy chore of memorizing rote dates and names, as it's too often taught in our schools. Instead, history becomes live, shared in voices that are as powerful as that of any character you find in a novel or on Netflix.”--Cameron Vanderscoff, OHMA alum

Realizing the power of personal narratives in documenting the pandemic and its impact for future generations, a team at UC Santa Cruz recently published "The Empty Year: An Oral History of the Pandemic(s) of 2020 at UC Santa Cruz." The volume that explores the experiences of 22 members of the Santa Cruz community during this time. The stories were captured by five undergraduate and graduate students and the project was overseen by the University Library’s Regional History Project, with the funding was provided by the university's Counseling and Psychological Services. Shoutout to alum Cameron Vanderscoff, who co-edited the volume and co-wrote the introduction.

https://news.ucsc.edu/2021/05/covid-regional-oral-history.html?fbclid=IwAR02TdE8OtQyPTCMnYqELFLZHI-qwOqTWheNzspKCbY1GSSrl0qy-eXm5iI

Stories of resilience and loss are preserved in The Empty Year: An Oral History of the Pandemic(s) of 2020 at UC Santa Cruz, an immersive project that includes a 540-page published book

Over 17 years, Sarah Schulman and filmmaker Jim Hubbard collected nearly 200 oral histories documenting the story of ACT...
06/01/2021
In ‘Let the Record Show,’ Sarah Schulman Erects a Monument to the AIDS Movement

Over 17 years, Sarah Schulman and filmmaker Jim Hubbard collected nearly 200 oral histories documenting the story of ACT-UP, a grassroots group that formed in the late 1980s and early 1990s in response to the emerging AIDS pandemic. Last month, Schulman published "Let the Record Show," a book that weaves together these stories into a history of the group. You can read more about the book in this New York Times review, in which Rebecca Makkai describes the work as "part sociology, part oral history, part memoir, part call to arms."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/20/books/review/let-the-record-show-sarah-schulman.html

A political history of ACT UP New York in the late 1980s and early ’90s is part oral history, part call to arms.

06/01/2021
storytelling.concordia.ca

Another great upcoming training opportunity next week with COHDS-SOHC Summer Institute, hosted by Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (Concordia University) and Scottish Oral History Centre (University of Glasgow) on June 7-10. This year's theme will be "Embodied Stories: Gender, the Body, and Oral History." Short papers, workshops, and public convesations will explore how oral history practices (including research-creation) can illuminate questions of gender and embodiment. Shoutout to OHMA alum Leyla Veral, who will be presenting on Tuesday, June 8th!

https://storytelling.concordia.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/COHDS-SOHC-Summer-Institute-2021_Full-Program.pdf

This Spring, OHMA student and Columbia Journalism School faculty Lisa R. Cohen created an OHMA exhibit inspired by the U...
05/27/2021

This Spring, OHMA student and Columbia Journalism School faculty Lisa R. Cohen created an OHMA exhibit inspired by the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker, which tracks journalists who’ve been in the news themselves recently, for being attacked, harassed, arrested, or threatened. Lisa used oral history as a tool to explore the expanded narratives of several of these individuals. We are thrilled to dive deeper into the topic by cohosting a June 3 panel event, featuring three journalists who Lisa interviewed--Omar Jimenez, Andrea Sahouri, Ed Ou--as well as Kristin McCudden, who created the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker. We hope you can join this important conversation!

https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckcuyrpjkuEtFQG9r3k_irgJT1bBBGfABz?fbclid=IwAR1-qFKMMtlG3QgBnsNUNRic1172Ocm2Vop0-Ggxotx_mdfBHoUsD4jcFAk

This Spring, OHMA student and Columbia Journalism School faculty Lisa R. Cohen created an OHMA exhibit inspired by the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker, which tracks journalists who’ve been in the news themselves recently, for being attacked, harassed, arrested, or threatened. Lisa used oral history as a tool to explore the expanded narratives of several of these individuals. We are thrilled to dive deeper into the topic by cohosting a June 3 panel event, featuring three journalists who Lisa interviewed--Omar Jimenez, Andrea Sahouri, Ed Ou--as well as Kristin McCudden, who created the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker. We hope you can join this important conversation!

https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckcuyrpjkuEtFQG9r3k_irgJT1bBBGfABz?fbclid=IwAR1-qFKMMtlG3QgBnsNUNRic1172Ocm2Vop0-Ggxotx_mdfBHoUsD4jcFAk

Recent addition to the OHMA blog: Brandon Perdomo presents a digital manipulation alongside Mercy, a poem by Rudy Franci...
05/26/2021
Mercy, and the Eternal Lightness of Weighted-Being — Oral History Master of Arts

Recent addition to the OHMA blog: Brandon Perdomo presents a digital manipulation alongside Mercy, a poem by Rudy Francisco , and considers circumstance of serendipity in the process of becoming, and what coping with all that noise means anyway.

http://oralhistory.columbia.edu/blog-posts/People/mercy-and-the-eternal-lightness-of-weighted-being

Brandon Perdomo presents a digital manipulation alongside Mercy, a poem by Rudy Francisco, and considers circumstance of serendipity in the process of becoming, and what coping with all that noise means anyway.

Looking for a new podcast to put in your listening rotation? "70 Over 70" just launched this month and uses an interview...
05/25/2021
Seeking Wisdom From an Undervalued Resource: Older People

Looking for a new podcast to put in your listening rotation? "70 Over 70" just launched this month and uses an interview format to create more nuanced, holistic portraits of older peoples' experiences. This review shares how the host, Max Linsky, brings broad curiosities into his interviews, such as " What really matters in life? What is the source of resilience? How do you make sense of death and what comes after?" You can tune in for episodes featuring narrators such as Dionne Warwick, Madeleine Albright, Dan Rather, Norman Lear and Maira Kalman.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/21/arts/70-over-70-max-linsky.html

On the new podcast “70 Over 70,” Max Linsky queries Dionne Warwick, Norman Lear and his own father about living well and other “meaning of life stuff.”

In this piece, Talia Lavin looks at the precedent of the Federal Writers Project, a narrative collection project within ...
05/25/2021
Opinion | Bring back the Federal Writers Project for the Covid-19 era

In this piece, Talia Lavin looks at the precedent of the Federal Writers Project, a narrative collection project within the New Deal's Works Progress Administration that gathered over 10,000 interviews, and argues that President Biden has a similar opportunity to initiate a bottom-up history of our current times. Lavin shares how the Federal Writers Project captured so many facets of our country's history--the legacy of slavery, immigration, labor--and shared a multivocal record. We're curious: what histories do you think a contemporary version of the Federal Writers Project could capture?

https://www.msnbc.com/opinion/fdr-paid-artists-capture-depression-s-stories-biden-can-do-n1268153

We can't let the real, human stories of the pandemic fade into nothing.

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Conducting oral histories is about allowing voices to be, not be this or that, or condemning them if we don't like what they say. And I have to honestly ask: Why are you making choices to make the world crueler than it needs to be and calling that being ‘woke’?”
Abstracts due 15 October: (Re)imagining research, activism, and rights at the intersections of sexuality, health, and social justice **** We invite traditional academic submissions as well as less traditional submissions, such as photo-essays, interviews, etc.
hi friends, I have a question. I am doing an oral history project with women and it says that my research is exempt if I do not generalize it. However, is it still exempt if I draw patterns from my 30 oral history interviews? Is that generalization? Thank you!
IABA Americas Conference in Kingston, Jamaica Deadline for submissions extended to January 11, 2019! La fecha límite para las presentaciones se extiende hasta el 11 de enero de 2019! Prazo para envio de inscrições até 11 de janeiro de 2019! La date limite pour les soumissions est prolongée jusqu’au 11 janvier 2019! CALL FOR PAPERS “Lives in Transition: Negotiating the Currents in a Changing World” The 4th Biennial Conference of the IABA Americas Chapter The Department of Literatures in English University of the West Indies, Mona Kingston, Jamaica June 13-15, 2019 The conference conveners invite papers that explore means by which auto/biographical subjects explore lives ‘in transition’ and/or in the process of ‘transitioning.’ How do life narratives explore the kinds of adjustments, challenges, and negotiations made in ‘transitional’ periods? How do we as life narrative scholars, teachers, and practitioners metabolize and incorporate ideas of transitioning in our approaches to our respective disciplines and methodologies? Possible topics include how these transitions may have been brought on by trauma, natural disasters, wars, referendums and other legislative changes, social policies, scandals, illnesses, medical procedures, body politics, gendered lives, migrations, or the relocations of Indigenous and other communities. We are also interested in papers that explore life, death, kinship, consciousness, and mourning in the ongoing aftermath of violence, which Black cultural studies scholar Christina Sharpe encourages us to imagine, in her work on slavery’s legacies, as living “in the wake.” Papers addressing all genres of life narratives (written, visual, performed, multimodal, interdisciplinary, digital, etc.) are welcome. We invite abstracts of 250-300 words accompanied by brief biographies (no more than 100 words) on topics that are not limited to, but may include: Citizenship and records Refugees, points of entry/departure Health, rehabilitation, and recovery Rites of passage Legislation Translation S*xuality and advocacy Family and generational conflict Transgender lives Extradition, detention, and deportation Embodied politics Teaching as transitional tool: methodology, internship, practicum Discursive practices: movement, migration and diaspora Constructing and deconstructing gender Please send abstracts and biographies via email to [email protected] by December 1, 2018. CHAMADA DE TRABALHOS “Vidas em transição: Conciliando as correntezas em um mundo em mutação” IV Conferência Bianual da IABA – Sucursal Américas Departamento de Literaturas – Língua Inglesa Universidade das Índias Ocidentais, Mona Kingston, Jamaica 13 a 15 de junho de 2019 Os organizadores da conferência convidam à submissão de trabalhos que investiguem as formas através das quais temas auto/biográficos lidam com as vidas “em transição” ou em processo de “transição”. Como as narrativas de vida exploram os tipos de ajustes, desafios e negociações feitos em períodos de “transição”? Como nós, pesquisadores, professores e praticantes de narrativas de vida metabolizamos e incorporamos ideias de transição nas abordagens de nossas respectivas disciplinas e metodologias? Os possíveis tópicos incluem as formas como essas transições podem ser advindas do trauma, de desastres naturais, guerras, plebiscitos ou outras mudanças legislativas, políticas sociais, escândalos, enfermidades, procedimentos médicos, corpo político, questões de gênero, migrações ou deslocamentos indígenas ou de outras comunidades. Estamos também interessados em trabalhos que explorem temas como a vida, morte, afinidades, consciência e luto como consequência da violência, de acordo com o pensamento da pesquisadora de Estudos Culturais Negros, Christina Sharpe, que nos incentiva a imaginar o viver como um estado de vigília, assim como ilustrado em sua pesquisa sobre os legados da escravidão. Serão também aceitos para análise temas como manifestações de triunfos políticos ou pessoais, conquistas e celebrações. Trabalhos que lidem com quaisquer formas de narrativas de vida (escrita, visual, performática, multimodal, interdisciplinar, digital, etc.) serão bem-vindos. Convidamos à submissão de resumos de 250 a 300 palavras, juntamente com uma breve biografia (no máximo 100 palavras), sobre os seguintes tópicos, mas não limitados a eles: Cidadania e registros Refugiados, pontos de entrada e saída Saúde, reabilitação e recuperação Ritos de passagem Legislação Tecnologias de transição S*xualidade e militância Família e conflitos geracionais Vidas transgêneras Políticas do corpo/no corpo Ensino como um instrumento de transição: metodologia, estágios e prática Práticas discursivas: movimento, migração e diáspora Construindo e desconstruindo o gênero Favor enviar resumos e biografias por e-mail para [email protected] até 1 de dezembro de 2018. Translated by Sergio da Silva Barcellos Convocatoria de propuestas “Vidas en transición: Negociando cambios en un mundo cambiante” 4 Conferencia Bienal del Capítulo Americano IABA Departamento de Literaturas en Lengua Inglesa Universidad de las Indias Occidentales, Mona Kingston, Jamaica Junio 13-15, 2019 Los organizadores de la conferencia convocan propuestas que estudien los métodos usados por sujetos auto/biográficos para explorar sus vidas ‘en transición’ y/o procesos de ‘transición.’ ¿Cómo se exploran este tipo de cambios, retos, y negociaciones hechas en periodos de transición a través de narrativas de vida? ¿Cómo podemos metabolizar e incorporar ideas de transición en nuestras respectivas disciplinas y metodologías como investigadores, profesores y escritores de auto/biografía? Posibles temas incluyen el estudio de los procesos que causan estas transiciones, como traumas, desastres naturales, guerras, referéndums y otros cambios legislativos, leyes sociales, escándalos, enfermedades, procedimientos médicos, políticas del cuerpo, vidas de género, migraciones, o traslados de comunidades indígenas u otras comunidades. También estamos interesados en propuestas que exploren la vida, muerte, afinidad, consciencia, y luto en secuelas de violencia siguiendo a la investigadora de estudios culturales afroamericanos, Christina Sharpe, quien nos anima a imaginar estas repercusiones como vivas, “en vigilia.” Se invita a enviar propuestas que aborden todos los géneros de narrativas de vida (escritas, visuales, teatrales, multimodales, interdisciplinarias, digitales, etc). Por favor, envíe resúmenes de propuestas de 250-300 palabras acompañadas de una breve biografía (100 palabras máximo) relacionadas con los siguientes temas: Ciudadanía y registros civiles Refugiados, puntos de entrada y salida Salud, rehabilitación y recuperación Ritos de paso Legislación Traducción S*xualidad y derechos Familia y conflictos generacionales Vidas transgénero Extradición, detención y deportación Políticas encarnadas Enseñanza como técnica transicional: metodología, periodos de prácticas Prácticas discursivas: movimiento, migración y diáspora. Construcción y deconstrucción de género Favor de enviar propuestas y biografías por correo electrónico a [email protected]. Plazo de recepción de propuestas: 1 de diciembre de 2018 Translated by Ana Roncero-Bellido
I urge everyone to watch this short film of how these two Pakistani Muslim Women are fighting political terrorism in Pakistan. Being a victim of such ferocity, these survivors are providing psychological, emotional and practical support to families who have lost one or more members of their family in terrorist attacks.