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Alex Chouinard spoke about Toronto, the soon to be victorious Raptors, and what is important to her about place. She talked about how what might be seen as different communities in Toronto were coming together to display their enthusiasm about the basketball team. She talked about how Toronto and Torontonians are viewed elsewhere, including in other places in Canada and by peers in the United States.
Alice Fairbank Goldfarb came to the interview with trepidation, as this was her first experience with conducting an oral history.
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Oral history is an iterative process. In keeping with oral history values of anti-fixity, interviewees will have an opportunity to add, annotate and reflect upon their lives and interviews in perpetuity. Talking back to the archive is a form of “shared authority.”