Crumpacker, Bonnie


Title
Crumpacker, Bonnie
Creator:
Crumpacker, Bonnie, 1927-, interviewee; Gorence, Lauren, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2003
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

ABSTRACT: Bonnie Crumpacker describes the work of the Boulder Valley Clinic, where she was a volunteer for seven years. She also describes the political atmosphere of Boulder during the 1970s and her involvement with the Boulder Coalition for Reproductive Choice and NARAL [National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League].

 

People: Linda Weber, Warren Hern, Rob Pudim

 

Places: Boulder

 

Topics: seven years of volunteering at the Boulder Valley Clinic beginning in 1974 or 1975, services provided, her family’s attitude toward work, abortion, protest actions against the clinic, change in population that used the clinic, working environment at the clinic, Boulder Coalition for Reproductive Choice, NARAL, Boulder politics in the 1970s, other non-profit organizations for which she worked, Women’s issues in Guatemala.

 

Subject:
Crumpacker, Bonnie, 1927-
Abortion counseling Colorado Boulder.
Abortion services Colorado Boulder.
Pro-choice movement Colorado Boulder.
Women political activists Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
Language:
eng
Original Format:
Notes:
Supplemental material available in the OH file: description of CU course and biographical information about interviewee.
Local call number:
OH1225
Copyright:
Copyright restrictions applying to the use or reproduction of oral history interviews are available from the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History/Boulder Public Library.
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