We Need More Teachers Like Her!

My name is Ozan Kara and I am a 17 years old cultural exchange student from Turkey. As an high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, I have had the chance to know a wonderful person, Vanessa Domizlaff, my German teacher...

Social Change in women’s history

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

Emily interviews her grandmother Sally about her childhood and motherhood.

In the interview that takes place in Annapolis Maryland in December of 2019 between Emily and her grandmother Sally, they begin talking about her favorite memories. As we dive in more you find out more about Sally’s childhood and some...

Coey Mclaughlin

A girl becomes defensive about her rights as a women

US HISTORY ASSIGNMENT

We talked about women’s rights and the importance of that, and how it’s interesting to see how the world has evolved today.

“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...

Tiffany Chang and Chun-Yen Chen

Tiffany Chang interviews her godmother, Chun-Yen Chen, a dynamically acknowledged Taiwanese-American woman who talks about her experience as an immigrant coming to America and what she has learned in her years of advocating for racial solidarity and justice.

CMST&210 Linda Interview

Discussing what it was like growing up in a strict religious household during a time where segregation was still prominent and women were just getting their voices heard. As well as becoming a nurse for 40+ years and accidentally getting...

Tiffany Chang and Chun-Yen Chen

Tiffany Chang interviews her godmother, Chun-Yen Chen, a dynamically acknowledged Taiwanese-American woman who talks about her experience as an immigrant coming to America and what she has learned in her years of advocating for racial solidarity and justice.

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...

A Woman’s Right: The Story It Tells – Caley

A Woman’s Right: The Story It Tells - Caley O'Brien speaks candidly about her experiences as a well-informed woman during the political upheaval of Trump and his administration taking office. Caley reflects on the days surrounding the Women's March on...

Gail Kearns, my mom for the past 49 years

This is an interview with my mother on the day before Thanksgiving when I asked her to reflect on her life. We are sitting in the kitchen of her home near LA where she has lived for the past 54...

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...

Rebeca Galindo’s Experience with the first Fort Worth Women’s March

Rebeca Galindo shares her experience and involvement with the first ever Fort Worth Women’s March - the largest march in history. She explains her background and how it has played a role in her advocacy and passion for women’s rights.

"Life is a little easier when who(ever) is teaching you looks like you". Mona Meddin on WABE 2003.

Interview with Mona Meddin (PHD Mathematics at Georgia Tech) in 2003 on the 50th anniversary of Georgia Tech's first female students on campus. Interview by Ted Vegodsky for WABE.

Ap World

The Women’s Liberation Movement of the 70s is extremely relevant and relatable to today. As we can see with the Black Lives Matter protests, there are many similarities and differences.

Kristi Hager and Willa Fouts talk about the exhibition "Equal: A Work in Progress"

Kristi Hager (74) and her goddaughter, Willa Fouts (32) talk about mentorship and support over the years, memories of a trip to San Francisco, climate change advocacy, women's rights and Willa's portrait and the feeling of comfort at being included...

Kristi Hager and Leslie Van Stavern Millar talk about Hager's exhibition,"Equal: A Work in Progress".

Kristi Hager (74) talks with Leslie Van Stavern Millar (70) about Hager's Exhibition at the Missoula Art Museum, "Equal: A Work in Progress", their special art friendship over twenty years, portraits, photography and shared commitment to women's rights.

Women’s Rights Movement By My Grandmother

My grandmother Terri Tepper helped women gain the right to keep their last name, and published a book on women’s work at home

LHP – Ashley Carr and Grandma Bea Carr

I, Ashley Carr, interviewed my grandmother about her childhood during WWII and how women’s rights have evolved during her life.

I’ve Lived a Lucky Life

Granddaughter and Grandmother talk about stories from living through enormous changes in our world, such as the Women's and the Civil Rights movements. And stories from childhood in the 50's, living in a ever expanding world.

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas speaks frankly about her experiences post-2016 election, her feelings regarding gender roles, and women's rights. Victoria talks about how her Mother and Aunts are all business owners in...