On January 21, 2017, students and staff from the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (SPHOP) at the University of Florida travelled to the Women’s March on Washington as part of an experiential learning project. Their goal was to interview people with diverse viewpoints and backgrounds at the inauguration and the Women’s March and to learn form the juxtaposition of these two historical events. In particular, students and staff sought to explore how President Trump’s election has affected different people’s sense of safety, belonging, diversity, and inclusion. Students received training in various methods of oral history data collection—interviewing, recording, transcribing—and have since created podcasts and mini-documentaries about the Women’s March for scholars, students, and the general public. SPHOP hopes to use oral histories from the Women’s March to build empathy and to promote civic engagement among scholars and the public. Click here to learn more about the Women’s March on Washington Archives Project, which is co-sponsored by SPHOP and the UF Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women Studies Research.