Read Their Stories, Hear Their Voices
Oral histories have long been used to bring the voices of marginalized individuals and groups into the historical record. When used in this way, they can be a powerful, activist tool to document a shared past, create identity and community, and influence how future histories are written. We conduct oral history interviews with feminist psychologists to document, preserve, and explore the relationship between feminism and psychology. We hope that these first-hand accounts not only shape history, but also inspire new generations of feminist psychologists.
Sexual and Reproductive Health in Gender MinoritiesRead Full Interview Transcript
PFV Interview with Aaronette White: African American Men and FatherhoodRead Full Interview Transcript
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Read and listen to interviews conducted by members of the Psychology's Feminist Voices team with feminist psychologists from all over the world.