Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project Collection

The Web site documents the Georgia women's rights movement through audio clips of oral history interviews, conducted by Women's Studies Institute at Georgia State University, with over forty women involved in the movement. The audio clips describe participants' efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the state of Georgia and relate to the women's participation in religious, political, and other organizations involved in these attempts. Some interviews have been conducted with national figures and others on topics related to Georgia ERA ratification efforts. The clips are supplemented with photographs of the women, biographical notes, and abstracts of the oral history interviews held by the Special Collections Department of the Georgia State University Library. The Web site also includes lists of related archival materials found in the collections of the Special Collections at Georgia State University, of related U.S. oral history projects, and resources for conducting oral history interviews.

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