Activist Women’s Voices Blog Update

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The Activist Women’s Voices Oral History project is a special collection at the Graduate Center library. It holds oral histories of 35 activists and was initiated by the Center for the Study of Women and Society.


Now in digital form, it’s interviews are accessible on-site at the Graduate Center library. Although materials must be accessed onsite, updates about the collection can be found online on the Activist Women Voices Oral History Project’s blog, which is now at!


The AWV blog will highlight activists, organizations, and themes from the special collection. The first post for this year is on Peggy Shepard, one-line description. Learn more here.


Check out what is new at the Activist Women’s Voices blog.

About the Author

Kai Alexis Smith is a Reference Librarian at the CUNY Graduate Center Library.