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Gibson, Barbara

Interviewee: Barbara Gibson
Interviewer: Shakila
Date of Interview: April 14, 2011
Extent: 1 compact disc; 1 DVD
Transcript and audio

 

 

Biography:
Barbara Gibson has served as Safehouse Director for the Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence since 2007. She has held various positions, including family advocate, since joining the agency in 1989. Barbara holds a B.A. in History and completed her coursework for a M.A. in Women's Studies at Georgia State University.

Absstract:
Gibson discusses domestic violence and the struggles experienced in trying to provide a safe shelter, financing the women's center and the universalizing of defining the term "domestic violence" as it relates to the victims.

 

 

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