OSU Women's Center Group Oral History Interview Public Deposited

http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/technical_reports/765375986

In spring term 2015, four OSU Women's Center staff members gathered for an oral history interview to reflect upon their experiences working at the center. The interview begins by introducing four staff members of Oregon State University’s women’s center--Amelia Allee, Shelby Baisden, Soreth Dahri, and Nicthé Verdugo. After discussing their backgrounds, majors, and positions at the women’s center, they discuss the challenges of their jobs. These challenges include white privilege and misunderstandings of feminism. They recommend sexual assault awareness and expanded definitions of feminism for future event topics. The interview then chronicles their ideas and advice for the future of the women’s center. For this, the interviewees recognize open mindedness, good and purposeful intentions, non-generalizations, and challenging barriers. On a more personal level, they describe several experiences in which their identities have caused them to have both negative and positive interactions. The interview ends with an acknowledgement of the family-like environment of the staff and of the center.

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