Ball, Betty


Title
Ball, Betty
Creator:
Ball, Elizabeth, interviewee; Davis, Jennifer, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2003
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

Places: Boulder

 

Topics: childhood experiences with civil rights issues, attending George Williams College on the South Side of Chicago in the 1960s, work at Hull House in Chicago, The Boulder Communication Center (alternative resource center for hippies and transients), National Conference of Christians and Jews, The Panel of Americans (anti-racism program in Denver), environmental work in California including conflicts with the logging industry, mineral rights under land at Rocky Flats, political philosophy of “one struggle, many fronts”, return to Boulder in 1998 to work on non-violence education, the Safety Net program and pesticide issues.

 

Supplemental material available in the OH file: description of CU course, biographical information, paper written about interviewee.

 

 

Subject:
Ball, Elizabeth
Nonprofit organizations Colorado Boulder.
Women political activists Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
Language:
eng
Original Format:
Notes:
Local call number:
OH1233
Copyright:
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