This oral history interview was conducted with Tucker Pamella Farley, a founding member of the Brooklyn College Women’s Organization. In it, she discusses the political climate of the 1960s through the 1980s and the range of activities, actions, and initiatives she undertook to help form a Women's Studies Program and a Women's Center at Brooklyn College. From community organizing to student mentoring to fighting the Brooklyn College administration, Tucker Pamella Farley forthrightly recalls her political and organizational experiences that went into the groundbreaking feminist work on her campus at the time. She also shares the personal and professional experiences that she and other women faced as they navigated academia.
Source | CDHA Creators | Calou, Yana; Vásquez, Andrea Date Created | May 15, 2016 Interviewers | Vásquez, Andrea; Calou, Yana Interviewees | Farley, Tucker Pamella Rights | Copyright CDHA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Item Type | Oral History (Digital) Cite This document | Calou, Yana and Vásquez, Andrea, “Oral History Interview with Tucker Pamella Farley,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed February 17, 2018, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/4992.