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Fletcher, Dustin (Audio Interview and Transcript)

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creator
Allison, Eli
Fletcher, Dustin
date
2022-09-27T14:53:04Z
2022-09-27T14:53:04Z
2022-03-15
2022-09-27 (issued)
description
Dustin Fletcher is originally from a small town in Kansas. He was a student worker LGBTQ+ Center, and participated in its founding. Dustin was selected as a member of a committee by Wake Forest University that was tasked with hiring the Center's first director. In this interview, Dustin talks about the Center's predecessor in the 1980's, how it balanced its two aims during its creation period, how it was transformed into what it is today, and what its existence means to LGBTQ+ students at Wake Forest.
format
audio/mp3
33:07 minutes
oral histories (document genres)
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/101355
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
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subject
Queer Public Histories
Wake Forest University--History
Work-Study
LGBT community centers
Same-sex marriage
title
Fletcher, Dustin (Audio Interview and Transcript)
type
Sound

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