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Seeking Grace: Black Women Finding Self | University of Denver

Since 2013, the “Seeking Grace” project, a collaboration of DU Special Collections and Archives and the Sistah Network, named for Grace Mabel Andrews, the first Black woman from Colorado…

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Critical Conversations: Women's Perspectives | University of Denver

Over the last year, the United States has been confronted with the reality of multiple pandemics (i.e., COVID-19, continued racial injustice, etc.). For women, the existence of COVID-19 may be new in…

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Oral History Interview with Carol Williams 2002 June 18 (Side A)

Carol Williams describes her early years in Butte Montana early role models in AAUW and teaching in the Butte Head Start program. She explains the Peace Links organization and their goal of…

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Oral History Interview with Caryl Wickes-Connick 2001 May 11 (Side A)

Caryl Wickes-Connick discusses her initial interest in domestic violence in the mid-seventies and her subsquent work to establish women's shelters and to acquire funding to study spousal abuse…

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Oral History Interview with Carol Williams 2002 June 18 (Side B)

Carol Williams describes her early years in Butte Montana early role models in AAUW and teaching in the Butte Head Start program. She explains the Peace Links organization and their goal of…

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Oral History Interview with Judy Wang 2001 May 15 (Side B)

Judy Wang describes her childhood education earlier career in nursing and her decision to become an attorney. She goes on to describe the evolution of her work on domestic violence cases public and…

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Oral History Interview with Linda Smith 2001 July 19 (Side A)

Linda Smith describes her childhood and education her experiences in the Peace Corps and her introduction to feminist and underground publications. She explains her initial interest in printing…

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Oral History Interview with Linda Smith 2001 July 19 (Side B)

Linda Smith describes her childhood and education her experiences in the Peace Corps and her introduction to feminist and underground publications. She explains her initial interest in printing…

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Oral History Interview with Judy Wang 2001 May 15 (Side A)

Judy Wang describes her childhood education earlier career in nursing and her decision to become an attorney. She goes on to describe the evolution of her work on domestic violence cases public and…

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Oral History Interview with Caryl Wickes-Connick 2001 May 11 (Side B)

Caryl Wickes-Connick discusses her initial interest in domestic violence in the mid-seventies and her subsquent work to establish women's shelters and to acquire funding to study spousal abuse…

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Oral History Interview with Bryony Schwan 2002 May 14 (Side A)

Bryony Schwan describes her early background her first sight of Missoula and the events that led her to champion environmental and feminism side-by-side. She explains the impact of toxins on the…

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Oral History Interview with Cat Carrel 2001 August 1 (Side B)

Cat Carrel describes her early years her education her definition of feminism and how she became the editor of Outspoken a Missoula Montana based gay and lesbian newsletter. She also discusses her…

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Oral History Interview with Carol Snetsinger 2002 July 28 (Side B)

Carol Snetsinger explains the events leading up to the initiation of the equal rights/benefits for partners lawsuit titled Snetsinger v. State of Montana the hate mail and arson that followed and the…

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Oral History Interview with Bryony Schwan 2002 May 14 (Side B)

Bryony Schwan describes her early background her first sight of Missoula and the events that led her to champion environmental and feminism side-by-side. She explains the impact of toxins on the…

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Oral History Interview with Cat Carrel 2001 August 1 (Side A)

Cat Carrel describes her early years her education her definition of feminism and how she became the editor of Outspoken a Missoula Montana based gay and lesbian newsletter. She also discusses her…

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Oral History Interview with Carol Snetsinger 2002 July 28 (Side A)

Carol Snetsinger explains the events leading up to the initiation of the equal rights/benefits for partners lawsuit titled Snetsinger v. State of Montana the hate mail and arson that followed and the…

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