Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Amy Silver Khoudari (class of 1971) interviewed by Melina Baron-Deutsch (class of 2016), December 4, 2015
Amy Silver Khoudari (class of 1971) discusses political movements of the late 1960s, the evolution of language in the LGBT community, and the process of coming out.
Charlotte Lehmann (class of 1983) addresses activities and actions of the Lesbian Alliance, the women’s music scene, and the power of Mount Holyoke’s educational atmosphere.
ivy tillman (Frances Perkins Scholar 1983) remembers the importance of faculty mentorship, working on campus, and returning to Mount Holyoke as a staff member.
Joanne Brown (class of 1975) discusses campus climate, feminist politics, and the formation of the Girl Scout group Campus Gold as an unofficial site of gay organizing.
Kathy Sharkey is a member of the class of 1978.
Margo Burns is a member of the class of 1979. This interview is closed until January 1, 2026.
MaryWarren Bartlett (class of 1987) interviewed by Melina Baron-Deutsch (class of 2016), October 16, 2015
MaryWarren Bartlett (class of 1987) speaks on being a member of the Lesbian Alliance and participating in on-campus education while combating homophobia.
Valerie Barr (class of 1977) reflects on homophobia on campus, the experience of facilitating dialogue about straight privilege, and creating safe spaces for lesbian students.
Wendy Ritch (class of 1990) describes being a part of the Christian Fellowship, founding the the Lesbian Bisexual Interfaith Alliance (LABIA), and performing as a campus musician.