Browse this collection of 125 oral history interviews by name, ethnicity, gender, and occupation. Key topics include the sit-ins at Woolworth's in 1960, participation in the civil rights movement by Bennett College students, and leadership roles in...
African American women; Civil rights movements; Race relations; Women college students; Women's colleges; Women journalists; Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A
This extensive collection documents Grace Robinson's long career as a journalist for the New York Daily News and her brief stint with Liberty magazine. Robinson covered high-profile criminal cases, such as the Hall-Mills Murder Trial (1926) and the...
This project documents efforts by the Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities to recruit and train women for upper-level governmental positions. In addition to summaries of interviews with 20 women who were involved in the program, the...
Women government executives; Women journalists; Women judges; Women lawyers
United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)
Narratives written by students at South Kingstown High School from 26 oral history interviews. A variety of perspectives are represented, including those of teachers, a pacifist, a nurse, a scientist, a journalist, and a WAC Commanding Officer.
World War, 1939-1945; Women
United States -- Rhode Island
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