Mariela Pizarro : Interview for Stanford Community Women's March Oral History Project
- Type of resource
- Sound recording-nonmusical
- Place of creation
- Stanford (Calif.) : Stanford Historical Society
- April 04, 2017
- Digital origin
- born digital
- 1 text file
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Interviews and some supporting material, including photographs and ephemera from members of the Stanford community who attended the Women’s March on Washington or any of the companion marches held around the world on January 21, 2017.
Mariela Pizarro, an undergraduate at Stanford, describes her experience attending the Women’s March in San Francisco. Pizarro describes how her elementary school and her parents helped to inspire her activism with celebrations of Cesar Chavez. She describes the chanting and signs she observed in San Francisco, as well as the massive crowds of people. She also relates how her identity as a person of color influenced her views on the march. Pizarro is an active member of the MEChA club at Stanford, and she briefly describes some of the club’s activism.
- Finding Aid
- Stanford Community Women's March Collection (SC1356)
- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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- The materials are open for research use and may be used freely for non-commercial purposes with an attribution. For commercial permission requests, please contact the Stanford University Archives (firstname.lastname@example.org).