This interview is with Gladys Pedroza. Ms. Pedroza has firsthand experience working in politics, the legal field, and in immigrant rights. Ms. Pedroza currently works as a legal assistant in Southern California and is involved in immigrant rights in her community. Ms. Pedroza is working towards becoming an immigration attorney and is applying to law school. The interview covers Ms. Pedroza's personal background, how she became involved in the Women's March of 2017 in Washington D.C. the day after the inauguration, her memories of the march, how the Women's March can improve, issues of inclusion, issues that women face, issues that women of color face specifically Latinas, politics, activism by women, and her hopes for women being involved in the future.
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Gladys Pedroza, Interview by Michael D. Alvarez. November 10, 2019. Connecting to Communities Oral History Project Interview of Gladys Pedroza on the Women’s March of 2017, Arizona State University Library Digital Repository, ASU Library Digital Repository Collections, Connecting to Community Through Oral History (C2C).