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Funderburk, Alissa Rae

Alissa Rae Funderburk is the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Oral Historian for the Margaret Walker Center at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. In her position, she maintains an oral history archive dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, and dissemination of African American history and culture. Inspired by her work at the center, she has developed a workshop on the complexities of transcribing Black voices that she first presented for the OHMA Anti-Oppression Oral History Training Workshops last summer. She is a native New Yorker and holds an MA in Oral History as well as a BA in Anthropology from Columbia University.

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