Interview with Ana Quezada


Ana Quezada, a native of the Dominican Republic who has lived near Mashapaug Pond since 2005, is a community activist and Board member of the Environmental Justice League. She details the health dangers associated with toxic waste in the pond, the level of awareness of residents, and the process of implementing the pond's restoration, working with city government, Textron Corp., and the state Dept. of Environmental Management.
This oral history was conducted by a Brown University student in Anne Valk and Holly Ewald's fall 2011 course "Oral History and Community Memory".


"Interview with Ana Quezada" (2011). Mashapaug Pond. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.



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    Mashapaug Pond and Reservoir Triangle Collection This collection contains oral history interviews, images, and research materials gathered by Brown University students. The project seeks to uncover personal stories related to the natural, social, and cultural history of Mashapaug Pond (Providence, …