Interview with Grace Fuller, February 23, 2022
Project: Student Projects: West Chester University Student Peer to Peer Oral History Project
Interview SummaryGrace Fuller was born and raised in California is currently a senior at West Chester University majoring in social work. Grace has participated in Honors College at West Chester and is an active member of her sorority Kappa Delta during her time at West Chester. She interned at the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, Speciality Care in Brandywine Valley. During the interview, Grace describes the forces that have made her the person she is today. She explained her family, upbringing, and the pivotal moments in her life. In discussing the various social and political changes that have occurred during her lifetime, Grace provides her experiences and thoughts on the War on Terror, Black Lives Matter, gun violence, the opioid crisis, and the Me Too movement. Finally, we looked back at Grace's time at West Chester and how she foresees the future. Grace recounted her college experience amidst a pandemic, the benefits and misconceptions of sororities, her interest and experience with social work, and where she sees herself in an ever-evolving world. The interview took place in the United States.
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Fuller, Grace Interview by Brandon Joseph Rotondo. 23 Feb. 2022. Lexington, KY: Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.
Fuller, G. (2022, February 23). Interview by B. J. Rotondo. Student Projects: West Chester University Student Peer to Peer Oral History Project. Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington.
Fuller, Grace, interview by Brandon Joseph Rotondo. February 23, 2022, Student Projects: West Chester University Student Peer to Peer Oral History Project, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries.
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