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Cukor, Janet, 1924-


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Janet Cukor oral history interview, May 3, 2004

 Item — Othertype Oral History
Identifier: Cukor, J_20040512
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Janet Paulk: Cukor describes her childhood, and recounts that before her marriage and subsequent move to Canada, her earliest political experiences were working on Martha Griffiths’ political campaigns. Moving to Atlanta in 1965, she recalls that she took an interest in political and governmental issues, and in 1975 was appointed to the Board of Directors for DeKalb County’ Equal Opportunity Authority. Cukor says that she met Eleanor Richardson through her daughter, who was...
Dates: May 3, 2004

Janet Cukor papers

Identifier: W064

The papers document women's rights activist Janet Cukor's involvement in efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the state of Georgia, and her participation in the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas in November 1977, as well as her interest in other women-centered issues such as displaced homemakers, marriage and divorce legislation, and women in the workforce.

Dates: 1965-1996

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