A Life Well Lived -Paula Hoffman Fine

Paula Fine was born in 1941 in Chicago. She defied current standards of women’s position in society by seeking “more.” She attended college and earned a Masters in Library Science. She worked as an English teacher as well as a...

Theresa Kilgore and her grandma Ann-Eda Blache talk about her life and their family legacy

In this interview, held in April 2018 in Orange, CA, Theresa Kilgore (23) interviews her grandma Ann-Eda Blache (82) about her life, their family, and her inspirations. The interview takes place in Ann-Eda’s home, which is two houses away from...

Social Change in women’s history

My grandmother talked about women’s rights from 1945-2018 and described what has changed since

December 4, 2017 app
Why my mom was not an angel in the Christmas pageant

The title is self explanatory but the story has a element of preschool womens lib.

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November 8, 2017 app
Bonnie and the Catholic church

Bonnie was a nun in the Catholic church for 29 years during the 50s, 60s, and 70s during the height of social change and civil rights. This is her story.

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October 24, 2017 app
“In a Nut-Shell, Wise Up”

This is an interview between me, Arden Fleming, and my grandmother, Agneta Vulliet, who fought hard for her rights and is my biggest role model. She grew up in New York City with immigrant parents and finished high school and...

May 31, 2017
Women’s rights: Health and Voting

I interviewed my mom on growing up in the 1970s being the only female of her siblings, expectations and limitations she encountered. Also, I asked her about women’s health and similarities and differences to today. Finally, I interviewed her about...