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Disrupters:Three Women of Color Tell Their StoriesStories/Narratives, Women
This essay is an amplified version of the presentation we made at the 7th Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues. Our aim is to story back into the world our first experiences and motivations for investing in suffrage and democratic activism.
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Cafecito con William D. Caballero: Big Stories with Small FiguresStories/Narratives, Videos
Filmmaker William D. Caballero and Dr. Jillian M. Báez discuss William’s 2017 short film Chilly & Milly, which explores the director’s own experiences with his chronically ill father and his mother’s role as his eternal caretaker.
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Bound to History: Leoncia Lasalle’s Slave Narrative from Moca, Puerto Rico, 1945Slavery, Stories/Narratives, Women
by Ellen Fernandez-Sacco, Independent Scholar, Tampa, FL 33618, USA Download PDF Link to source Abstract The only slave narrative from Puerto Rico is included in Luis Diaz Soler’s Historia de la esclavitud negra en…