Wyatt Woodson is a Jackson Center Oral History Fellow on hiatus from his time as a student at UNC where he studies Cultural Anthropology. He is from Wilmington, North Carolina and has been working with the Jackson Center in the capacity as a Bonner Intern since Fall 2017, working full time at the Center in Summer and Fall 2019. He primarily works to help manage and expand the Jackson Center’s Oral History Trust, including assistance with the History Potluck initiative and the development of the Northside Digital Commons. An interest in the racial and political history of his own hometown and a belief in the power of lived experience led him to quickly develop a love of the Jackson Center’s mission to preserve a community of voices.