Video: Occupy History of Social Justice - 5/22/13 - Fighting for Ideas and Dollars - Part 3
http://youtu.be/psGByqarJSc [video 1 hour 17 minutes]
The Portland Women's Movement Part 3: Fighting for Ideas and Dollars
Nona Glazer, Professor Emerita, PSU Sociology Dept., helped bring Women's Studies to PSU and was a plaintiff in the Penk case.
Marjorie Burns is Professor Emerita, PSU English Dept. She was a witness for Penk v. the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.
Julia M. Allen participated as a graduate student in the development of the Women's Studies Program at Portland State during the early to mid 1970s. She is now Professor Emerita, English Department, Sonoma State University.
JoAnn Reynolds was associate counsel with Don Willner, in the Penk case, which was tried from September 1984 to June 1985. She now specializes in family law.
PORTLAND WOMANS MOVEMENT 3 part video series
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2W5T-nNLDY
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVbuGSBNcxo
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psGByqarJSc
More Information from Occupy History of Social Justice:
A panel of four speakers share their personal stories from their struggle for women rights and women studies in Portland. The lecture title is "Fighting for Ideas and Dollars". This lecture was filmed on May 22 2013 at PSU and is part three of a series of three lectures on the topic of the Portland Women's Movement.