Histories of Home: A Walk with Northside Neighbors
Histories of Home is an invitation to listen to everyday history-makers. Featuring the voices of over a dozen community members and narrated by Northside natives, this audio tour is an introduction to some of the stories, struggles, and aspirations of our community. This feature-length documentary, produced by Alexander Stephens, is designed to be listened to while walking through the Northside neighborhood. We hope you'll come see the places where the stories unfold.You can stream the audio tour directly from a smart phone or download it to any MP3-compatible device. Or, come to the Jackson Center to check out a CD and portable player. We'll also provide you with a map of the route.
Histories of Home CDs with full-color track listings and map inserts are available at the Jackson Center for a suggested donation of $10.
Northside Soundwalk Sign-In
Before listening to "Histories of Home", please sign in with us using this online form. And of course, we'd love for you to stop in at the Jackson Center to share your thoughts! Thank you!
More Documentary Projects
Through our documentary initiatives we invite you to enjoy tangible forms of history-in-the making: a CD collection that sends "joyful noise" well beyond the walls of St. Joseph, photographs that document and advance the vital relationships that make up neighborhood, an anthology of recipes and stories that invite readers into a living tradition of old and new local foodways. These are just some of the fruits of collaboration and creativity we'd like to share with you if you visit us at the Jackson Center.
To see additional documentary initiatives from the Jackson Center, including our first cookbook, go to our page for MCJ Productions.