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Anne Queen, April 30, 1976. Interview G-0049-1.
From Factory Floor to Yale: A Life Dedicated to Social Justice: Anne Queen spent ten years working for the Champion Paper and Fibre Company in North Carolina before continuing her education at Berea College and Yale Divinity School during the 1940s. In this interview, she describes her life as a worker, her advocacy of social justice causes, her experiences in higher education, and her work at University of Georgia, with the Friends Service Committee, and the YWCA-YMCA at University of North Carolina.
Interviewee: Anne Queen    Interviewer: Joseph A. Herzenberg
Duration: 02:37:40     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 9 excerpts.
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Anne Queen, November 22, 1976. Interview G-0049-2.
Radicalism and the Changing Landscape of Student Politics: Anne Queen, director of the YWCA-YMCA at University of North Carolina, discusses leftist student political groups at Chapel Hill during the 1950s and 1960s and the evolution of student activism into the 1970s. Additionally, she speaks more broadly about the role of radical politics in the South and offers her thoughts on the state of national politics at the time of the interview.
Interviewee: Anne Queen    Interviewer: Joseph A. Herzenberg
Duration: 01:01:20     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 5 excerpts.