Susan Oberman papers
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There are also three audiocassette tapes related to the Focus Women's Resource Center program, Black Women/White Women/All Women's Day of Dialogue, a folk music album, posters, and ephemera including political buttons, suffragette armbands, and a hand-made textile banner from the Nassau County Women's Liberation Center for a protest at the United States Congress.
The papers are grouped into six series: Common Ground Negotiation Services, women's organizations, peace organizations, diversity organizations, publications, and ephemera and audiovisual materials.
- Oberman, Susan (Person)
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Oberman was a founder and planner of the annual Days of Dialogue on Race Relations events held annually in Charlottesville from 1997 to 2002, and was a founding member of the Black Women/White Women/all Women dialogue group.
She has authored several articles including "Confidentiality in Mediation: An Application of The Right To Privacy" and "Mediation Theory vs. Practice: What Are We Really Doing? Re-Solving A Professional Conundrum."
"Susan Oberman." LinkedIn, 21 Nov. 2017, https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-oberman-390a1413.
"Susan Oberman is by temperament and profession, a Mediator." Common Ground Negotiations, 21 Nov. 2017, http://www.commongroundnegotiation.com/index.php/bio.
7 Cubic Feet (14 document boxes) : 6 audiocassettes, one music album, a textile banner, suffragette armbands, political buttons, posters, and oversize items.
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- Susan Oberman papers
- Ellen Welch
- 28 October 2017, 29 January 2019, and June 2019
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