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"70's Feminism" Panel
A panel discussion with an assortment of Houston area feminist leaders from the 1970s. The seminar discusses the complex history and the struggle and changes that have characterized women's lives during...
"Women in television" panel
A panel interview with Sue Davis and Elma Barerra, news reporters, in Houston. They talk about many aspects of their careers as television professionals such as their difficulties starting up as women;...
Women Surviving Hurricanes Katrina & Rita
Two-part video about experiences of New Orleans residents during hurricanes Rita and Katrina, and about the Surving Katrina and Rita Project in Houston. Video starts with commentary from Pat Jasper and...
Women writers in Houston
A panel interview with 3 women writers (Karleen Koen, Gail Donohue Storey, and Margie Walker). They discuss a variety of topics ranging from why they chose a risky career as a writer or what encouraged...
Audrey and Melanie Lawson Interview
An interview with Audrey and Melanie Lawson, mother and daughter, by Andrea Greene. They talk about their experiences growing up where Audrey experienced times of segregation but Melanie, younger, was...
Quaker Women and Peace Activism; Women & ReligionVI
Video of a panel discussion consisting of three female members of the Quaker faith (Barabara Cowan, Kathryn van der Pol, and May Mansoor Munn) and one moderator and fellow Quaker (Anne Seiber). The moderator...
Marguerite Johnston Interview
This is an interview with Maguerite Johnston conducted by Bonnie Gangelhoff. It begins with Johnston talking about the inspiration for her book and her initial impressions of Houston. It transitions to...
Women Who Run
Two part video of a panel interview consisting of three women who run (Melissa Aguilar, Caryn Honig, Eva Moldovanyi) and one moderator and fellow runner (Roberta MacInnis). The panelists take questions...
Women and Fashion
Two-part video of a panel interview consisting of four women (Toni Whitaker, Roz Pactor, Michelle Ngo, and Kay King) who are involved in Houston's fashion industry answering questions from moderator Joy...
Women and Youth Culture
This is a panel with Anissa Gordon, Sehba Sarwar, Gwendolyn Zepeda moderated by Liz Embry. They talk about how each influences and communicates with young women, defined as 18 and younger, in their different...
Women in Energy
Video of a panel of women in the energy industry. The panel consists of three women in energy (Telisa Toliver, Janet Clark, and Cheryl Collarini), and one moderator who is also in energy (Lynn Cook) who...
Kathy Whitmire Interview
An interview with former Houston mayor Kathy Whitmire, a political science professor and the first woman to be elected to Houston City government. She talks about growing up as a shy girl and mentions...
Women in Nursing
Video of a panel interview consisting of four female nurses (Anne Young, Sandra K. Hanneman, Marianne Marcus, and Katherine Walsh) being asked questions by moderator and fellow nurse Adrian Mellissinos...
Houston Lesbian Activism/Experience in the 70s & 80s
An interview with Pokey Anderson, Arden Eversmeyer, and Joyce Gayles. It begins by asking the panelists how they came to Houston, their process of coming out, the difficulty of finding support communities,...
Breast Cancer Survivor Stories
This is an interview with Lourdes Hernandez and Susan Rafte, two breast cancer survivors and members of the Pink Ribbons Project. They are interviewed by Ellen Cohen who is also a survivor. They each talk...
Women in Sports
This is an interview with Diane Howell and Toby Ingersoll, two women involved in changes in women in sports. A large portion of the interview is about the panelists' perception of how Title IX has changed...
Longterm Activism: Domestic Violence and Reproductive Rights
This is an interview with Toby Myers and Rhonda Gerson. It starts off with the panelists talking about how they became involved with the issue of domestic violence which stemmed from their involvement...
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