Abstract

Pat Stanzel is a lifelong Cleveland resident. She was a "Rosie the Riveter" during World War II. She discusses her time working as the only female in various research labs after the war. After she married she went on to teach and was a teacher at a number of schools in Cleveland. During the busing program designed to desegregate the Cleveland schools, the teaching staff was desegregated first and she was transferred to a school on the east side where she was the only white teacher. She discusses the damage done to communities by the busing program.

Creator

Stanzel, Pat (interviewee)

Creator

Epps, Michelle (interviewer)

Project

International Women’s Air and Space Museum (IWASM)

Date

6-15-2010

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

53 minutes

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