DeCoteau, Jerilyn


Title
DeCoteau, Jerilyn
Creator:
DeCoteau, Jerilyn, 1949-, interviewee; Johnson, Andrea,ca. 1979-, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2003
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

Places: Boulder

 

Subjects: decision to become a lawyer, American Indian issues (gender roles and sexist attitudes in the American Indian community, lack of education about American Indians in schools, Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation in North Dakota, American Indian land ownership and governance), YWCA in Boulder (serving on the Board of Directors, trying to increase diversity on the Board of Directors, responsibilities of being a board member, programs for single mothers and empowerment of girls, work on racism issues, thoughts about the Christian origins of the YWCA, gay issues), religion and spirituality, economics of being a stay-at-home mom, value of collecting oral histories.

 

Subject:
DeCoteau, Jerilyn, 1949-
YWCA (Boulder, Colo.)
Feminism Colorado Boulder.
Nonprofit organizations Colorado Boulder.
Social justice Colorado Boulder.
Women political activists Colorado Boulder.
Women's rights Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
Language:
eng
Original Format:
Notes:
Supplemental material available in the OH file.
Local call number:
OH1243
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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