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The VFA Pioneer Histories Project

The activists of the Second Wave feminist movement literally changed the world.  From 1965 to 1982, thousands of women (and men) took actions that made our country more equitable for women. Some of their stories are well known. Many of their stories have never been told. The VFA Pioneer Histories Project is the personal history of the Second Wave women’s movement – one story at a time. Just click on the photo or name of any of the feminists below to read and listen to their stories.

We’ve also added links to oral history collections from a number of other organizations.  Just click on any organization in the list under Feminist History Collections on the left side of the home page, and you will be able to access those stories.

LMU Student Project

The Feminist Chronicles

Dr Paula Caplan Virginia Feminist Oral History Project Virginia S. Watkins

Old Lesbians Organizing for Change

Mary-Ann Lupa Evelyn Cunningham
1977 International Women’s Year Oral History Collection

Black Women Oral History Project

Jewish Women’s Archive

Stephanie Marcus

Audio/Video Collection

Ann Juliano Jawin
Aileen Hernandez Dr Susan Anthony II Suzanne Benton
Dr Bernice Sandler  Holly Knox Rev Addie Wyatt
Barbara Love Alice Cohan Lynn Sherr
Sheila Tobias  Sr Kathleen O’Brien Judith Meuli
Jurate Kazickas Karen Mulhauser Rev. Pat Budd Kepler
 Chris Riddiough
Sandy Oestreich
Sydney Weisman
Jacqui Ceballos Linda Stein  Ginny Foat
Karline Tierney Suzanne Doty Mavra Stark
Carole DeSaram  Ruth Nemzoff  Phyllis Frank
 Grace Welch Simona Chazen Vicki Moss
Judith Weis Marcy Syms Ellen Snortland
Heather BoothHeather Booth Eleanor PamEleanor Pam Muriel FoxMuriel Fox
Rosemary Trowbridge
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