Myke Johnson (she/her pronoun) is a 64 year old Unitarian minister currently living in Portland Maine with her partner of 24 years. She is from Michigan and later moved to Texas and Wyoming with her family. She is the oldest out of 9 children. She grew up Catholic and found herself being an activist during her college years. She became a feminist and was part of the Women's Peace Encampment, March on Washington, Marriage rights campaigns and many more. She got her doctorate degree in the Feminist Liberation Theology Program and became a minister in Massachussets. She then continued to do advocacy work and came to Maine and became a Unitarian Universalist Minister.
Please cite as: Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer+ Collection, Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine, University of Southern Maine Libraries.
For more information about the Querying the Past: Maine LGBTQ Oral History Project, please contact Dr. Wendy Chapkis.
Catholic background, Activism for women and the LGBT rights, Feminism, liberation of Lesbianism, civil disobidence, Catholic worker movement, Coming out in early 30's, Seneca Women's Encampment, spirituality, marriage rights campaign Maine, Universal Unitarian
History of Gender | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies | Oral History | Women's Studies
Abdalla, Marwa and Fagan, Colleen, "Johnson, Myke" (2017). Querying the Past: LGBTQ Maine Oral History Project Collection. 21.
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