Oral History with Victory Chase

Victory Chase moved to the Princeton area in 1969 and soon became involved with the central New Jersey Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). As well as attending consciousness-raising sessions with fellow feminists, she volunteered for the committee on sex stereotyping in early readers. When University NOW Day Nursery (UNOW) opened in September 1970, Victory enrolled her daughter. She was also one of UNOW’s first teachers. In this interview, she speaks of her role as a teacher, mother, and feminist.


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