In Part 1 of her interview, Galia Siegel speaks about her work with Project Birth – an advocacy, service, and educational program for pregnant and parenting teens in South Providence, and founding its corollary, Peer Sister, which matched women in Project Birth with women at Brown who would tutor them.
In Part 2, Siegel discusses her belief that the general atmosphere at Brown turned her into an activist. She then speaks of her family life, cultural expectations, and going off to college.
In part 3, Siegel reviews the social environment at Brown, courses and professors, and relations between male and female students, expanding on her work with the Sarah Doyle Center and the student perception of the organization. She reflects on speeches and performances she attended at Brown, including speeches by 1988 presidential candidate Jesse Jackson and former President Jimmy Carter.
In part 4, Siegel concludes her interview with a consideration of feminism and activism at Brown.