The Sweet Souls Roundtable Discussion video is available on our YouTube channel. Scroll down to watch.

“Sweet Souls” Roundtable Discussion

Thu January 1, 1970

Held on October 22, 2019 at the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House

In 2019, the Cambridge Historical Society and the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, along with The Loop Lab, partnered on the Sweet Souls Oral History Project to document the role of the Fuller House in Cambridge. 

At the Roundtable Discussion, narrators and the project team reflected on the pivotal role of the Fuller House in supporting and empowering people in The Port. Following their reflections, audience members and the project team joined in small group exercises to generate questions for future interviews and feedback for the project team.

This program was funded in part by Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Diana Lempel, Project Scholar and discussion facilitator

Selvin Chambers, Oral History Narrator and Interim Executive Director of Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House

Marian Darlington-Hope, Oral History Narrator

George Greenidge, Sr., Oral History Narrator

Katie Burke, Interviewer

Lina Raciukaitis, Interviewer

Jane Becker, Project Scholar

Tevin Charles, The Loop Lab Audio Engineer

Jeff Solomon, The Loop Lab Audio Engineer