Sady Sullivan

Sady Sullivan is Director of Oral History at the Brooklyn Historical Society where she initiated Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations, a public programming series and oral history project about mixed-heritage families, race, ethnicity, culture, and identity, infused with historical perspective.   She also manages preservation and access to all of BHS’s oral history collections which began in 1973.  Sady‘s oral history practice is informed by a feminist, anti-racist, pacifist perspective and she has worked professionally and personally with organizers for social change including the Elizabeth Stone House and Training For Change.