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Title:Oral History - Patricia Morey
Author(s):Zak, Kyle
Subject(s):Patricia Morey
oral history
UIUC
student activism
Women's Resource Center
women's rights
LGBT rights
Abstract:Since 1992 Pat Morey has been the director of the Women's Resource Center at the University of Illinois, where she continues to work today. She has worked at UIUC for twenty-four years. Before that, Pat Morey lead the Women's Center of Champaign. She attended the University of Illinois where she received a degree in Social Work and then a PHD in Library and Information Sciences. Throughout her tenure, as both a student and a faculty member of the University of Illinois, Pat Morey has been an activist and advocate for the right of Women and LGBT rights. Her life has been dedicated to women's and LGBT equality, safety, and education.
Issue Date:2013-01
Course / Semester:History 396; Fall 2012
Mireya Loza, Instructor
Genre:Sound Recording (oral)
Type:Audio
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/42619
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2013-03-11


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