THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
“We Can’t Stop Working in the Movement Just Because We’ve Made Some Progress!”
Advocate for Justice and Equality.
The VFA would like to thank Sheila Tobias, Convenor of the Tucson-Based group of activists, Dean J.P. Jones, Univ, of Arizona, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Jennifer Croissant, Chair, Gender and Women’s Studies, David Sanchez, Videographer and Editor, and Graduate Student Ruben Ernesto Zecena. Interview conducted March 2019.
Photo 1. Alison Hughes. Photo 2. Alison Hughes with Annie Dodge Wauneka, tribal leader of the Navajo Nation.
More About Alison:
- Alison Hughes accepts the Louis Gorin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Rural Health Care, May 5, 2021
- Arizona Rural Health Association biography
- Rural Health Information Hub interviews Alison Hughes
- Women’s Plaza of Honor – University of Arizona
- Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona interviews Alison
- PBS Arizona Public Media – Episode 137, Alison discusses gender equality
- Working with Tribal Nations in Arizona
- ERA Deadline Elimination Resolution submitted by Alison – and passed!
- I Am an Ambitious Woman – by Alison Hughes
- Selected Newspaper clippings 1981 – 2010
- Alison Hughes – an activist’s resume