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"Digital Storytelling refers to using new digital tools to help ordinary people to tell their own real-life stories." Wikipedia

In January 2008 we created Through Our Parents' Eyes first digital story. We are adding more digital stories, using audio, images and video. Interested in telling your story?

These digital stories play in either iTunes or QuickTime. Both are free from Apple Inc. Follow the links to download these programs.

On January 25, 2008, about 120 people attended The Legacy of Gold Mountain: Chinese Immigrant Families in Southern Arizona. Organized by Pima Community College as the first of its new Discovering Southern Arizona series, it was held at the beautiful Tucson Chinese Cultural Center and featured presentations by David Tang, Yen "Gary" Low, and Pasty Lee. They shared family stories and answered questions.

More Southern Arizona Digitial Stories

Through Our Parents' Eyes recommends that you visit the Miners' Story Project, an oral history project developed by Flandrau Science Center and the University of Arizona Mineral Museum. Listen to stories from this excellent digital storytelling project.