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Oral History Interview: Jane Rowe (1054)

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Researcher
Lenzke, Linda
Respondent
Rowe, Jane
Date
Aug 29, 2009
Subject(s)
Feminism; Lesbianism; Madison's LGBT Community
Description
Abstract: In her 2009 interview with Linda Lenzke, Jane Rowe details her life in Madison. She spoke of the time period between the 1940s and present and of the following topics: lesbianism, feminism, parenting, and community outreach. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the project, Madison?s LGBT Community, 1960s-Present, part of the UW-Madison Oral History Program?s general collection. Key Words: Madison (WI), feminism; Equal Rights Amendment, Madison Institute for Social Legislation, Alternative Family Ordinance, GLADE, GLISTEN, National Organization for Women, Fair Wisconsin, Lesbian Moms Network, Apple Island, Generic Recovery, Michigan Womyn?s Music Festival, Kay Hagen, Kay Clarenbach, Wish House, Fair Wisconsin.
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