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Join date: 01 Jan 1970

Sisters Testify is a history project to connect not only with the signatories of the “African American Women in Defense of Ourselves” proclamation but also with those who may not have signed.

Sisters Testify is also interested in hearing from people of all races and genders who did not sign the proclamation. Maybe you didn’t know about the proclamation at the time, were too young in 1991, didn’t agree with the proclamation’s intent, opposed the statement, or supported Clarence Thomas’ nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Your story and your vantage point matter. Together, we can provide insights into gender, race, regional, and generational politics in America following Anita Hill’s testimony during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for Clarence Thomas’ nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1991.

If you did not sign, please add your voice to the project.

This survey may take you anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes to complete, depending on how much reflection you enjoy.

You will be able to save your answers, and the survey will auto save every 5 minutes, so please, sit back with a cup of tea and think back to what was going on for you in 1991.

Sisters Testify is a history project to connect not only with the signatories of the African American Women in Defense of Ourselves proclamation but also with those who did not sign.

Your story and your vantage point matter. Together, we can magnify our voices and provide insights into gender, race, regional, and generational politics in America following Anita Hill’s testimony at the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination hearings in 1991.

This survey may take you anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes to complete, depending on how much reflection you enjoy.

You will be able to save your answers, and the survey will auto save every 5 minutes, so please, sit back with a cup of tea and think back to what was going on for you in 1991.

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If you chose Other from above (What lasting impact do you think the hearings had)