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About this collection

The Somos Latinas (We Women) History Project (2012-2016) was created to document the many significant and largely hidden contributions of Latinas in Wisconsin engaged in their communities to positively impact society in K-12 and post-secondary education, civil rights, women's rights, domestic abuse services, immigration reform, political representation, peace and justice, and other areas.

The online collection currently includes 52 interviews from 37 Latinas from across Wisconsin. NOTE: Additions and corrections to the collection are ongoing. You may encounter interviews without transcripts or transcripts that have not been fully edited.

How to Use this Online Collection

Interviews are presented in a viewer specifically designed for oral histories.  First, locate the interview you are interested in and click the interview link at the top of the record.  A new window will open to the interview. Second, play the interview and/or search the transcript for specific words, click the term in the search result,and click the time point to jump to that point in the interview.

 

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