Rosalyn Baxandall and Linda Gordon Research Files on Women's Liberation
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Linda Gordon is an American feminist and historian. She lives in New York City and in Madison, Wisconsin. She won the Marfield Prize for Dorothea Lange: A Life Beyond Limits, and the Antonovych Prize for Cossack Rebellions: Social Turmoil in the Sixteenth-Century Ukraine (SUNY Press, 1983). An active participant in the women’s-liberation movement of the late 1960s and 1970s, Gordon and her long-time collaborator Rosalyn Baxandall edited two books providing crucial views of that movement’s contr...
Women's organization which grew out of an early radical feminist group in Boston, Mass. (formed 1968), which published the journal No More Fun and Games; the organization Female Liberation, Inc. (FL), affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party, was formed in the fall of 1970 when it "took-over" the office of Cell 16; active in its work in abortion and welfare rights reform. From the description of Records, 1970-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70939934 ...
Rosalyn Fraad "Ros" Baxandall was an American historian of women's activism and an active New York City feminist....
Radical feminist collective, Boston, Mass., which wrote for and published the journal No More Fun and Games. Several collective members were also involved in the group, Female Liberation, Inc., and in the fall of 1970 the offices of Female Liberation were "taken over" by women affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). From the description of Records, 1968-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70939928 ...
New York Radical Feminists was a radical feminist group co-founded primarily by Shulamith Firestone and Anne Koedt with the October 3, 1969, Stanton-Anthony Brigade, after they and other brigade members left Redstockings. Central to NYRF's philosophy was the idea that men consciously maintained power and a climate of supremacy over women in order to strengthen their egos. New York Radical Feminists members organized small 10-12 women consciousness-raising groups throughout NYC that all came toge...