Women's Marches: Beyond Georgia and Washington D.C.: Oral Histories

About the Oral History Project

The Women's March Oral History Project aims to capture the stories of individuals who attended the March on Washington and any of the sister marches that took place throughout the United States and beyond. We expect that most the interviews will be conducted with Washington D.C. and Atlanta marchers, but encourage anyone who lives locally and who traveled to another city to consider taking part. The interview will be made available via Georgia State University Library's Digital Collections website. They will also be shared with the national Women's March on Washington Archives Project.  

(Photograph courtesy of ARMA International)

Interviewees: Paris, France

Bernard L. Greer, interviewed by  Will Greer, November 5, 2017

Lynda Greer, interviewed by Will Greer, November 2, 2017


The following individuals have given their time to interview attendees from Women's Marches:

Karen Carson

Lisa Flaherty

Morna Gerrard

Schaune Griffin

Wendy Hagenmaier

Erica Hague

Emily Halevy

Jessie Hopper

Karen Kroeger

Leah Lefkowitz

Alex McGee

Kathryn Michaelis

Devyn Mode

Mandy Mode

Mia Mode

Pamela Nye

Carol Oeder

Amanda Pellerin

Caitlin Reeves

Hillery Rink

Jessica Alcorn Rose

Tina Seetoo

Liza Strub

Karen Stephens



If you would like to volunteer to conduct interviews, please contact Morna Gerrard: (404) 413-2888 /

Special Collections and Archives

Special Collections and Archives

Oral Histories at GSU

Donna Novak Coles Georgia Women's Movement Archives

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

Archives for Research on Women 

Phone: (404) 413-2880

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