The project includes oral histories conducted by the African American community of Texas City. Moore Memorial Public Library has conducted and curated these interviews with an OHMS (Oral History Metadata Synchronizer) enabling the user to not only listen to the oral history, but follow along with a transcript. Some oral histories include a map location of where a person lived in Texas City. This is an evolving exhibit with additional features to be added over the coming year. These oral histories are preserved at the Moore Memorial Public Library and made available online.