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Storyhouse is a story-capture service committed to helping you and your loved ones gather and preserve the memories you hold most dear. Our personal historians conduct in-person interviews at your home or family gathering, then produce timeless videos, books and websites to help you share your stories now and for generations. 





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Amarillo by Morning - How TAMI Digitizes Your Videos For Free in Exchange for Preserving Texas History

Kathryn Gonzales

Our good friends over at the Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) hit the road to Amarillo, Texas tomorrow morning on a mission to gather and preserve as many films and videos as possible during their Film Round-Up event. Live Oak Legacies is a proud patron of TAMI’s high-quality digitization and curation services and huge supporters of their aim to protect Texas’ media heritage, so we hope you’ll help us spread the word and help make their trip a huge success!

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Civil Rights Summit Celebrates the Legacy of LBJ and the Civil Rights Act

Kathryn Gonzales

From April 8th – 10th, the LBJ Presidential Library, located on the UT campus, will host a Civil Rights Summit to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act. The event highlights President Johnson’s legislative achievement, as well as the impact it has had on all Americans over the last half century.

In addition to an address by President Barack Obama, the three-day event will feature speeches by former Presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, as well as other prominent figures including San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, NFL hall of famer Jim Brown, NBA hall of famers Bill Russell and David Robinson, and journalist Maria Shriver.

Although the free tickets to the Summit sold out online in only 19 minutes, the event will be streamed online and on the Longhorn Network, and additional details are available here.

The struggle for Civil Rights has, and continues to be, one of our country's most compelling and definitive stories. If you are lucky enough to attend any of the event's sessions we would love to hear about it in the comments section. 

Thanks, and have a great Tuesday!

Image source: Photograph of Lyndon B. Johnson Circa Six Years Old, ca. 1915 (ARC ID 596077); Collection LBJ-RBJFA: Rebekah Johnson's "Family Album" Images Collection; Lyndon Baines Johnson Library (NLLBJ); National Archives and Records Administration.

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