Erin Cunniff; Gretchen Garnett Weix
Diane Sands describes growing up in the Sixties and changes in society including race, gender equity struggles, civil unrest, religious faction joined by politics, and feminist issues amidst the protests. She explains how consciousness-raising groups functioned in Missoula and other Montana towns, the tension between the University of Montana--Missoula administrators and radical groups, the growth of the Women's Center on campus, and the founding of Women's Studies.
University of Montana--Missoula. Women's Center; University of Montana--Missoula. Women's Studies Program; University of Montana--Missoula; Feminism; Women; Nineteen sixties; Nineteen seventies
Montana Feminist History Oral History Project OH-378, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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Oral History Number
2 sound cassettes (140 min.) : analog + 1 transcript (32 p. : 28 cm.)
2 hours, 20 minutes
OCLC Record Number
Sands, Diane, "Diane Sands Interview" (2000). Montana Feminist History Oral History Project. OH 378-002.