POD Episode 18 - Sallie Ann Harrison on Womens' Activism in Gainesville

Material Information

POD Episode 18 - Sallie Ann Harrison on Womens' Activism in Gainesville
Series Title:
Sallie Ann Harrison ( Interviewee )
Dr. Trish Travis and Jessica Lancia, podcast produced by Yan Cao ( Interviewer )
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Subjects / Keywords:
Oral history
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua


In this interview, Sallie Harrison describes the beginnings of the women’s movement in Gainesville. Starting with her work in the presidential campaign of George McGovern, who was defeat by Richard Nixon in 1972, Harrison describes the connections between the women’s movement and the civil rights movement, her work to establish a rape crisis center and women’s health center in Gainesville and her daughter’s impact on her activism. Her powerful story captures the energy, optimism and courage of Gainesville’s first generation of radical women’s activists. This podcast begins a series produced in conjunction with a panel on Women's History titled "Activists Among Us: the Gainesville Women's Movement Across Generations." This panel is scheduled for Thursday, April 8, 2010 from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Matheson Museum, and will feature local activists such as Sallie Harrison. The event is free and open to the public. Sallie Harrison was interviewed on November 17,2009 by Jessica Lancia, a history graduate student at the University of Florida and Dr. Trish Travis, Professor of Women’s Studies at the University of Florida. This podcast was produced and edited by Yan Cao with introductory materials by Danielle Navarrete. This podcast was processed by Deborah Hendrix with music by ET Snyder, St. Paul, MN. Published as SPOHP's first podcast initiative project, POD.

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Source Institution:
UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
Holding Location:
UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the submitter.
Resource Identifier:
Women Activist Feminists: Sallie Ann Harrison ( SPOHP )


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