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Hackler, Ann


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ann Hackler interviewed by Kayden Moore, 2010 April 10

Scope and Contents

In this oral history Ann Hackler describes growing up in a small Midwestern town in the 1960s – 70s. She speaks about her work organizing around anti-racist issues in the late 1970s on various college campuses. Later, she discusses the women’s music movement, and founding the IMA with her partner June Millington in the late 1980s.

Dates of Materials: 2010 April 10

Documenting Lesbian Lives Oral History Project oral histories

Identifier: SSC-MS-00661
Abstract Documenting Lesbian Lives is a collection of life histories with people who consider themselves to be (presently or at one time) lesbian, queer or bisexual. The project provides a complex and nuanced collective story of American lesbian history and experience. Narrators include grassroots activists and political organizers; educators and academics; musicians, writers, and artists; as well as community and religious leaders. They come from a variety of class, ethnic, racial, social, and...
Dates of Materials: 2010-2020