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ERA- Oral Histories Curriculum: Oral Histories and Photos

The ERA Debate: Oral Histories

Oral Histories 

The oral histories discussed throughout this curriculum can be found in the Special Collections and Archives: Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project research guide. You can find this research guide by clicking here.

You can locate the mentioned oral histories by clicking on the alphabetized letter tabs. The guides are organized by the first letter of the last name of the woman whose oral history has been recorded.

"The Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project, which was established in 1995, is an integral part of the Donna Novak Coles Georgia Women's Movement Archives. The project documents the second wave of the women's movement in Georgia and in particular, state-wide efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment.

Most of the interviews were originally recorded on audio cassettes. These have been digitized and use copies are now available on CD-Roms.

This guide is a work in progess, as a few of the interviews have not yet been fully processed. The guide will be updated on a regular basis. If you would like to access any of the interviews, please contact the Women and Gender Collections Archivist."

A guide to the oral histories especially useful to this curriculum:

Carrie Nell Moye talks about debating the Equal Rights Amendment with a Baptist minister

Eva Parker talks about the African-American voting experience in the early 1960's

Sara Mitchell Parsons talks about desegregating the League of Women Voters in Atlanta

Janette Pratt talks about the accomplishments of the Women's Movement

Cathey Steinberg talks about serving on the Judiciary Committee and amending the rape laws

Cathey Steinberg talks about her early experiences as a female legislator

Sherry Sutton talks about the day of the vote for the ERA

Dorothy Tracy talks about the long term effects of the Women's Movement

Annabelle Walker talks about gender issues in marriage counseling

Annabelle Walker talks about Weeks v Southern Bell

Special Collections and Archives

Special Collections and Archives

Oral Histories at GSU

Archives for Research on Women and Gender

Donna Novak Coles Georgia Women's Movement Archives

Lucy Hargrett Draper Collections on Women's Rights, Advocacy, and the Law

Phone: (404) 413-2880
Fax: (404) 413-2881

Mailing Address:
Special Collections & Archives
Georgia State University Library
100 Decatur Street, SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3202

In Person:
Library South, 8th floor

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