The Cleveland State University's Center for Public History + Digital Humanities hosts a catalog of nearly 1,000 recorded audio interviews compiled by students, educators, and researchers throughout Northeast Ohio with the aim to create a comprehensive digitized oral history. Clevland Voices is a site that highlights randomly generated snippets of these recordings for public listening. The Cleveland Voices API can also be directly accessed over HTTP and can be used to retrieve information on the project.
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