The Public Insight Network at witf allows you to share your experience directly with our newsroom. Whether it's your profession, your neighborhood, your hobbies, or that story you tell over and over again at dinner parties — you have knowledge we want. Become a Public Insight source and help keep the news real.
In conjunction with Ephrata Public Library's Community Memory Project, witf is looking to engage the public in contemplation and discussion of the importance of community, civility and compassion in their daily lives.
For Ephrata Public Library's Community Memory project, oral historian J. Phillip Eiseman is interviewing community members to capture the many diverse voices that make up the Ephrata area. The individual stories of compassion, civility and community will be shared online and will be made available on DVD at the library and Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley.
We'd like to take this project and expand it to the general central Pennsylvania community, gathering voices from around the midstate. For this Public Insight Network query, we'd like you to tell us about your biggest prejudice and how you handle people who have a different viewpoint from you.
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