Over the course of the 2011 spring semester, full-time undergraduate students Baye Cobb, Crystal Chalk and Risa Isard (bios here) researched the women’s movement of Chapel Hill and Durham, North Carolina as part of a documentary studies class at Duke University. This website is the culmination of significant archival research and over a dozen oral history interviews with individuals who were devoted to the movement.
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On this website we’ve posted many notable quotes as videos (and sound clips where video wasn’t available), along with their transcriptions. If you don’t remember where a certain video or audio clip is located, you can find all of them in the Gallery . All interviews, in their entirety, are archived at Duke University’s Rare Book, Manuscript and Special Collections Library; they are open to the public.
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