Kate Millett papers, , 1912-2002 and undated bulk 1951-2001

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Kate Millett papers, 1912-2002 and undated, bulk 1951-2001

Kate Millett papers, , 1912-2002 and undated bulk 1951-2001

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Sade

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Virgil Giles

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Human Rights Watch (Organization)

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BIOGHIST REQUIRED This Record Group contains the records of Human Rights Watch/Asia (AW). Established in 1985, Asia Watch monitors and promotes the observance of internationally recognized human rights in Asia. Since its founding, AW has kept refining a three-pronged strategy of documentation, campaigning, and lobbying to expose abuses in the region. By the late 1980s, this strategy came to fruition with regard to China. To illustrate, even before the Tiananmen Square Massacre, AW h...

New York Public Library

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The New York Pubic Library purchased Arthur A. Schomburg's collection of books, pamphlets, prints and photographs in 1926 with funds from the Carnegie Corporation and housed at the 135th Street Branch Library of The New York Public Library. L. Hollingsworth Wood was appointed in 1925 by the Board of Trustees of The New York Public Library to purchase and provide guidelines for the Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature. Members of the Advisory Committee of the Arthur A. Schomburg Collection, i...

New York Theater Ensemble

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Amnesty international

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Amnesty International was founded in 1961 by Peter Benenson, a lawyer from the United Kingdom, who originally planned to start an appeal in Britain aimed at freeing all prisoners of conscience from around the world. By 1963, it comprised more than 1000 voluntary groups in 28 countries, and it continued to grow until, in 2008, it has expanded to include 52 sections. These national A.I. sections remain essentially their own organizations with large followings and boards of directors, including Amn...

Meredith Tax

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Marat

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Columbia University Women's Liberation

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Helen Millett Subseries

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Mendal Johnson

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Littleton, Christine

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Atkinson, Ti-Grace

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Activists for Alternatives

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Hacker, Emily

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SisterSerpents

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New York Feminist Art Institute.

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Feminist art school in New York City. From the description of Records, 1970-1990 (bulk 1979-1990). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122570763 The New York Feminist Art Institute (NYFAI) was founded in New York City in 1979. It was established by a group of women artists, educators, and administrators: Nancy Azara, Lucille Lessane, Miriam Schapiro, Carol Stronghilos, Irene Peslikis, and Selena Whitefeather. NYFAI had its roots in the women's movement of the early 1...

University of Minnesota.

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The West Bank Union at the University of Minnesota was established in 1967 to offer services to students. It took until 1980 for the union to have its own space in Willey Hall, including an auditorium and lounge spaces for students. Student services and facilities were established in the newly constructed West Bank Union skyway, which connected Willey and Blegen Halls. From the guide to the West Bank Union papers, circa 1970s-1980s, (University of Minnesota Libraries. University Arch...

Paul Cain

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Center on Contemporary Art

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Women in Distribution (WINDS)

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City University of New York. Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies.

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Courtland Jessup Gallery

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Richard Hobbs

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Women's Prison Association

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American psychological association

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Kim Bancroft

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Howard Deutsch

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Jean Genet

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James Smith

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Mosher, Loren R., 1933-

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Loren R. Mosher, clinician specializing in the treatment of schizophrenia without drugs, earned his undergraduate degree in biological sciences at Stanford University in 1956. His professional posts have included first chief of the National Institute of Mental Health's Center for the Studies of Schizophrenia (1968 to 1980); chief medical director of mental health service in Montgomery County, Md., (1988 to 1996); and clinical director of mental health services for San Diego County (1996 to 1998)...

Gallery 91

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Minami Gallery

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John Dean

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FOIA

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Hamburger Institut

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Madre

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Amnesty

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Sophia Smith collection

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PEN Congress

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Sohozat

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England Dan

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Primo Levi

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Center for Adult Life and Learning

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U.N.

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Wages for Housework

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National Women's Health Network (U.S.)

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Women's health advocacy organization. Founded at the height of second wave feminism, the National Women's Health Network was an outgrowth of informal groups of women sharing their experiences. The idea for an organization that would enable women to influence health policy was hatched in the fall of 1974 by Barbara Seaman and Belita Cowan. The "Women's Health Lobby" (later called the National Women's Health Lobby Network, and finally the National Women's Health Network) w...

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Ann Snitow

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Valerie Harms

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Alice Walker

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Daisy Aldan

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Thomas Mann

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Claude, Richard

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Wheelan, Susan

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Spacks, Patricia Meyer

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Hamburger Institut fr Sozialforschung

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Xenia

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Herman Hesse

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Koontz, Claudia

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Puchang Gallery

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Ronni Gilboa

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Veterans of Feminist Wars

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Sally Zinman

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Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)

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David, Sara J., 1943-...

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Ionesco

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Women's History Research Center

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The Women's History Research Center was started in 1968 in Berkeley, California, by Laura X, in response to a lack of academic interest in women's history. The WHRC documented the women's movement of the late-1960s and 1970s, collecting periodicals, clippings from newspapers and magazines, pamphlets, songs, leaflets, graphics, research papers, theses, and poems, which they used to answer research inquiries from across the United States and, to a lesser extent, from abroad. In addition, they publ...

Janis Fowles

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Womanstyle Theatre Festival

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Colleen McKay

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Women's Art Registry of Minnesota

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The Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) was begun in 1976 as a women's collective art group to provide a supportive environment for women artists to show their work. They built their own gallery space which served as a catalyst in the development of a downtown art district. The artists worked in mediums of paint and oils, textiles weaving, pottery, paper, and wood. The organization remained active until January, 1991 when it closed its gallery in Minneapolis and moved to smaller quarters in...

British Home Office

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Simone de Beauvoir

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Shulamith Firestone

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Rutgers

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Coley, John Ford

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Martha Fish

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Clarke, Linda

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The Woman's Building

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Jill Krementz

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Barnard

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Fellowship of Reconciliation

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Margie Adams

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Symons, Donald, 1942-....

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Dellinger, Dave

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National Association for the Self-Employed

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Annet Bakker Sarphatipark

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Jennifer Floryan

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New York University

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The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

Claudia Orenstein

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Sheila Ryan

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Circle of Support

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Mallory Millett Danaher

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Columbia

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National Forum for Women

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Kristen Vigard

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America Sosa

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Millett, Kate

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Katherine Murray Millett (September 14, 1934 – September 6, 2017) was an American feminist writer, educator, artist, and activist. She attended Oxford University and was the first American woman to be awarded a degree with first-class honors after studying at St Hilda's College, Oxford. She has been described as "a seminal influence on second-wave feminism", and is best known for her book Sexual Politics (1970), which was based on her doctoral dissertation at Columbia University. The feminist, ...

NAPS

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New England Sculptors Association

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Judi Chamberlin

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Philip Kumin

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Collette, ...

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Suzanne Korosi

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Freedom Socialist Party (U.S.)

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Show and Tell Productions

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Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities

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Association of Artist-Run Galleries (AARG)

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Gloria Steinem

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Lillian Shreve

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Kafka

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National Film Theatre

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Black Panthers

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Women Filmmakers Directory

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Feminist Anti-censorship Task Force (FACT)

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Stephanie Baniszewski

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Political Rights Defense Fund

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Taslima Nasrin

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Elaine Scarey

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Delphine Seyrig

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Buffalo State College

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Jeffrey Masson

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National Mental Health Consumers' Association

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Lisa Streets

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Program Corporation of America.

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Lammas bookstore

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Committee for Artistic and Intellectual Freedom in Iran (CAIFI)

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Jenny Likens

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Cooper Square Committee

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American Friends of St. Hilda's College

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North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA)

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Peter Lehmann

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Michele A. Baca

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Dobbins, Peggy

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New York Radical Women Group 2

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Noho Gallery

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Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

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Professional Women's Caucus (PWC)

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University of Massachusetts

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Pollock-Krasner Foundation

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Network against Psychiatric Assault (NAPA)

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DeGrand, Alexander

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Ruth Messinger

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Robert Gober

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Taylor, Kathleen

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Ricciuti, Annie

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Helen Millett

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California Youth Authority

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Agency History The State Reform School at Marysville, established in 1860 ( Stats. 1860, ch. 234), opened as California's first state institution for the reform of juvenile offenders. The school operated for eight years, transferring twenty-eight wards at its closing in 1868 to the San Francisco Industrial School. Established and run as a city and county institution in 1858 (ch. 209), the Industrial School at San Francisco remained open until...

Jan Hansen

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Sophie Keir

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Proxpeale, Dana

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Feminist Center for Human Growth and Development

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Women's Action Coalition

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Judson Memorial Church

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Galerie des femmes

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Laura X

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Prison Law Project

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Faye Ellman

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Thelma Burdick

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Linda Kavars

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Chuck Levitan Gallery

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Bonini, Gene

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Anne Wilson

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Coalition against Coercive Psychiatry

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Jean-Paul, Sartre

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Los Angeles Women's Center

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Fumio Yoshimura

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Pat Colognesi

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Second Floor Salon

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William Kaiser

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Katharine Hepburn

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Nexus Art Center

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Miale, Walter

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Minneapolis Citizens against Pornography

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Janey Washburn

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Radical Women

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National Alliance of Mental Patients

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Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn

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National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (NARPA)

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Sheila Tobias

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Omaha Girls Club

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Ann Pollon

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Keatings, Anne

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Fund for Open Information and Accountability (FOIA)

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