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Princeton University professor, Dr. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly is interviewed by Rafer Friedman on what it means to be an ethical leader and activist on campus and in the community.
Karen Williamson ’69, a founder of Ethos, and JudyAnn Bigby ’73 discuss the early days of campus activism and the organization’s challenges and successes in advocating for a more diverse Wellesley in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Carolyn Cleary: 2020-08-21 18:41:03 Carolyn Cleary (56) and her brother Kevin Cleary (68) discuss an episode in Kevin's life that Carolyn knew little about. He was a young anti-war activist in the early 1970s and was arrested for praying for...
The protest of activism give a lot of reasons that people come to againt the government policies, and it shows the right thing to be for U.S citizens.
Jessica "Rene" Davis (39) talks with her friend Akua Jackson (42) about her upbringing in Delaware and her decision to enlist in the army. She shares memories of basic training, Advanced Individual Training (AIT), and combat, as well as some...
Sisters Martha Bray (64) and Ruth Beers (77) recall their childhood with two parents who were very politically active and the impact that had on their upbringing.
Friends Eleanor Wend (65) and Richard VanAken (74) remember their involvement with nuclear disarmament activism in Montana and Seattle.
Part 2 of Interview with Jack Law, founder of Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center, and the iconic Hula's Bar & Lei Stand located in Waikiki. This interview covers Jack's personal history as a young gay...