Oral History Interview, Erin Anthony (1554)
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In her 2016 interviews with Anna Livia, Erin Anthony discusses being a queer graduate student at UW Madison. She discusses volunteer work with LGBTQ Books to Prisoners and her passion serving the incarcerated population. She also explores how growing up in Salt Lake City and going to undergraduate school at Utah State influenced her queerness and world views. This interview was conducted for inclusion in the UW-Madison Oral History Program's LGBTQ History Project.
LGBQ Books to Prisoners, Mass incarceration, gender, creativity, history, Stonewall, Orlando, HIV, Utah, segregation, marriage equality
In this interview, Erin Anthony discusses being a queer graduate student from UW Madison. She also details her upbringing in Salt Lake City and her volunteer work with LGBTQ Books and Prisoners. To learn more about this oral history, download & review the index first (or transcript if available). It will help determine which audio file(s) to download & listen to.