Two WWII vets; a woman who helped both her father and her husband establish Spanish-language broadcasting in the US; the sister of eight brothers who served in the military during WWII; a ground-breaking local philanthropist; a popular East Austin bar owner – the Voces Oral History Center will commemorate the memories of these six interview subjects who passed away over the past year. The memories of these men and women will live on through interviews conducted with Voces as long as 20 years ago. Voces Lives On features former students who interviewed them – as long as 20 years ago – and family members who can share thoughts on their legacy. It will include interview excerpts from those original interviews. Voces Lives On launches the Voces initiative of the same name to raise an endowment to ensure long-term sustainability of its work.