American Indian Women's Service League
Andrina Abada, President, 2009.
"Strong Voices: Our Life, Our Words, Our Story."
The American Indian Women's Service League grant project provided young women with the tools, knowledge, and technical training to write, produce, announce, and broadcast the stories of women in their communities. Their goals were to expose women to the world of media and communications; extract cultural values and teachings from our elders; promote intergenerational communication and transfer knowledge; and preserve oral stories and history. During the project oral history interviews with Mary Jo Butterfield and Connie Roque were collected.Browse Collection
Indian Center News
AIWSL History by Karen Smith
Contributions of the AIWSL
- American Indian Women's Service League: Raising the Cause of Urban Indians, 1958-71, by Karen Smith
- American Indian Women's Service League is chartered in 1957, HistoryLink essay
- American Indian Women's Service League June 2009 Report
- Contributions of the American Women's Service League 1958-2008
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