Mildred Tudy-Johnston and her daughter Janice Tudy-Jackson narrate their experience as new residents of Cooper Park Houses in 1953, and the role Mildred had as an activist and founder of the Cooper Park Houses Tenant Association to improve the housing and living conditions of the community.
Mildred Tudy-Johnston and her daughter Janice Tudy-Jackson, excerpt from interview with Susana Arellano, digital recording, Brooklyn, New York, April 2012, in author’s possession.
Jan Peterson, Neighborhood Women founder, explains the context in which the National Congress of Neighborhood Women was created and the programs they developed throughout the years.
Jan Peterson, excerpt form interview with Wesleyan University students Abigail Baker, Emily Trambert and Stephanie Aracena, Booklyn, NY, March 31st 2012, digital recording, in possession of Neighborhood Women of Williamsburg-Greenpoint.
Woman activist Tish Ciancotta narrates her involvement with the National Congress of Neighborhood Women and her experience in the Greenpoint Hospital Battle.
Tish Ciancotta, excerpt from phone interview with Wesleyan students Emma Kingsberg and Stephanie Aracena, Middletown, CT, April 7th 2012, digital recording, in possession of Neighborhood Women of Williamsburg-Greenpoint.
Sally Martino Fisher, excerpt from interview with Tamar Carroll and Martha Ackelsberg, Queens, New York, 23 March 2004, digital recording, in author’s possession. Included in How Did Working-Class Feminists Meet the Challenges of Working accross Differences? The National Congress of Neighborhood Women, 1974-2006, Documents Selected and Interpreted by Tamar Carroll.