Ryan Conarro, left, and Lillian Petershoare, right, with storyteller Rosa Miller in downtown Juneau. Courtesy Juneau Voices.
Most visitors to Juneau probably only scratch the surface of the area’s deep and diverse history. The Juneau Voices audio walk, which launched in March, is bringing some of that history closer to people exploring the capital city.
Ryan Conarro and Lillian Petershoare, two leaders who spearheaded the creative side of the Juneau Voices project, talked to people from all walks of life throughout Juneau in search of untold stories. The stories that arose from those talks were compiled and a few were selected to be featured in permanent displays throughout downtown.
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