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Scope/Content: In this oral history interview, conducted by Jacquelyn Serrano as part of the UC Berkeley 150W campaign, women members of the Third World Liberation Front at UC Berkeley describe their memories and experiences organizing the Third World Liberation Front student strike which led to the creation of Ethnic Studies and African American Studies at UC Berkeley. Members interviewed include Clementina Duron, Maria Ramirez, Nina Genera, Lea Ybarra, LaNada War Jack, Estella Quintanilla, and Victoria Wong.
Social movements Women political activists--United States Third World Liberation Front University of California, Berkeley. Department of Ethnic Studies
Donated to the Ethnic Studies Library by Jacquelyn Serrano in 2021.