Virtual Women's History Month Oral History Event with Former State Legislators, Delaine Eastin and Rebecca "Becky" Morgan

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The California State Archives, a Division of the California Secretary of State, and the California State University Fullerton Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History invite you to join us for this virtual event honoring two remarkable former lawmakers: The Honorable Delaine Eastin and The Honorable Rebecca “Becky” Morgan. We are excited to explore the legacies of these two women and their historical impact on California politics through a discussion moderated by Oral Historian Dr. Natalie Fousekis with an introduction by California Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D.

This virtual event will take place via Zoom from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on March 22, 2023.

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"The leadership and impact of Delaine Eastin and Becky Morgan will be felt by Californians for decades to come," said Lawrence de Graaf Center Director Natalie Fousekis. "The interviews with Delaine Eastin and Becky Morgan provide insight into their path to public service and elected office as well as being women in the legislature and statewide office.”

“The efforts of our partners at the Lawrence de Graaf Center have captured the remarkable stories and accomplishments of the Honorable Delaine Eastin and the Honorable Becky Morgan." State Archivist, Tamara Martin said. We are pleased to add their interviews to the California State Archives’ collection and for the public to enjoy hearing their stories on our website.”

“It has been a pleasure to see the State Archives bring the stories of these pioneering women to life through the oral history program,” Secretary Weber said. “Especially during Women’s History Month, it’s important to hear what challenges these women faced."