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Jones, Glenda Maurine

Courtesy of Glenda Maurine Jones
Oral History Project: 
The Movement Oral History Project: Antiwar Protest and Allied Activism in the Stanford Community, 1963-1973
Interviewer: 
Hayes, Amanda Eve
Interview Year: 
2018
Oral History Type: 
Audio

Glenda Jones, former employee of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and former president of United Stanford Employees, discusses her involvement in various activist causes during the 1960s and 1970s. Jones highlights her work with the union, her involvement in feminist groups, and her artistic work for causes ranging from anti-Vietnam War efforts to the Black Panther organization. Jones also talks about raising a family and engaging in community projects in East Palo Alto.

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