The stories, photos and videos are posted on the project's website. This availability was important to Klein Bergman. "Most oral histories that are captured for museums and historical societies that I have worked on over the years are archived away, and little is done outside of that," she said. In contrast, this project was meant to make participants' stories – in their own words – accessible to the community. "You can see their pictures and family photographs, hear their voices, and get a snapshot of what it was like living in the camps – and what it is like for newcomers to arrive here," Klein Bergman said. For full story with links to the website, click here.