Black Women: Uplifting Voices panel, part 1
- Main contributor
Part 1 of the panel "Black Women: Uplifting Voices," presented at a class session of B250 Interdisciplinary Analysis of Women's Role on February 9, 1989, at Indiana University South Bend. Features black women sharing their experiences with a class comprised predominantly of white women. Moderated by Marva Leonard-Dent, an assistant city attorney for South Bend. Featuring panelists Rebecca Johnson, senior health claims processor and unit leader at Holy Cross Shared Services; Virginia "Ginny" Brown Calvin, principal of Muessel Elementary School in South Bend; Janice "Jan" Hall, assistant vice president for employment and employee relations manager at First Source Bank; and Karen White, assistant director for the university division and director of affirmative action at IU South Bend.
Kaufman, Gloria J., 1929-2004; Johnson, Rebecca (of Holy Cross Shared Services); Calvin, Virginia "Ginny" Brown; Hall, Janice (of First Source Bank); White, Karen (of Indiana University South Bend)
Live sound recordings.
Women, Black; Women professional employees
Gloria Kaufman Papers
IU South Bend Archives
- Physical Description
online resource (2 audio files (94 min.))
Transcribed from cassette label: "Black Women: Uplifting Voices"
Audiocassette digitized between 2017 and 2019 through the Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative of Indiana University.
- Other Identifiers
Other: GR00355908; Other: 3B/4/5/B3; MDPI Barcode: 45000000023009
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