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Oral history interview set up in Clayton, GA, to capture the stories of four marchers, Marie Dunkle, Patricia Howell, Liza Strub, and Shannon Webb. Atlanta volunteer, Schaune Griffin interview space in the offices of a local friend. Carol Oeder and Liza Strub, April 23, 2017

Subject


Protest movements
Women's rights
Presidents--Public opinion
Feminism--Political aspects
Trump, Donald, 1946-
Women's March on Washington (2017)

Description

On April 23, 2017, we traveled to Clayton, GA, to capture the stories of four marchers, Marie Dunkle, Patricia Howell, Liza Strub, and Shannon Webb. Atlanta volunteer, Schaune Griffin was able to organize interview space in the offices of a local friend. Carol Oeder and Liza Strub live in North Georgia and were more than happy to get to work!

Creator

Gerrard, Morna

Publisher

Georgia State University Library

Date

23 April 2017

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Gerrard, Morna, “Oral history interview set up in Clayton, GA, to capture the stories of four marchers, Marie Dunkle, Patricia Howell, Liza Strub, and Shannon Webb. Atlanta volunteer, Schaune Griffin interview space in the offices of a local friend. Carol Oeder and Liza Strub, April 23, 2017,” Georgia State University Library Exhibits, accessed November 27, 2021, https://exhibits.library.gsu.edu/current/items/show/3364.