In the late 1960’s, Enid was an eager activist, involved in many causes. She says her experiences in the labor movement and labor history research played a significant role in the direction of the rest of her life. Overall, Eckstein views her time in Madison as the formative place for her sense of independence as a woman and as an individual. Her return to Madison for the Reunion exposed her to a different perspective on the city than the one she has held since attending the university.
1960s Madison story by Enid Eckstein
This recording was created on 06/14/2018. You can view the original file and full metadata in our digital repository.