Records of , (inclusive), (bulk) Sojourner 1920-2004 1975-2002


Records of , (inclusive), (bulk) Sojourner 1920-2004 1975-2002

Records of the feminist newspaper , including correspondence, administrative records, photographs, and promotional materials. Sojourner

36.12 linear ft.; (81 file boxes, 3 folio+ boxes, 2 card file boxes) plus 1,032 photo folders, 2 oversize folders, 5 supersize folders, 3 audiotapes, 1 object

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By Source, Fair use, Link May Sarton (May 3, 1912-July 16, 1995), poet and novelist, was born Elanore Marie Sarton in Wondelgem, Belgium, the daughter of George Sarton, a noted historian of science, and Eleanor Mabel Elwes, an English portrait painter and designer. Sarton moved with her parents to England, and in 1916 the family immigrated to the United States. All three became naturalized Americans in 1924, by which time Sarton's name had been Americanized to Eleanor May. Sart...

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Dr. Julianne Malveaux is a true pioneer in the field of economics, focusing her research on the labor market, public policy, and the impact of policy on women and people of color. Malveaux was born on September 22, 1953, in San Francisco, California. She studied economics at Boston College, obtaining a B.A. in 1974 and a M.A. in 1975. Malveaux obtained a PhD in economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1980.After finishing her studies at MIT, Malveaux returned to San Francisco, where...

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Adrienne Cecile Rich, poet, author, feminist, and teacher, was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 16, 1929, the daughter of Helen (Jones) and Arnold Rice Rich. She attended the Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Md. (1938-47). A 1951 graduate of Radcliffe College, in that year she won the Yale Younger Poets Award with the publication of her first book, A Change of World . Following her studies at Oxford University (winter 1952-53), she traveled through Europe. The following de...

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College president, museum director and civic leader Johnnetta Betsch Cole was born on October 19, 1936 in Jacksonville, Florida to John Thomas and Mary Frances Lewis Betsch. She was admitted to Fisk University at the age of fifteen, and later transferred to Oberlin College where she received her B.A. degree in sociology in 1957. Cole earned her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in anthropology from Northwestern University in 1959 and 1967.In 1970, Cole accepted a faculty position at the University of Massa...

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Sonia Ann Harris was born on 27 February 1936 in Malad City, Idaho, to Alvin and Ida Howell Harris. Her childhood was spent in Preston, Idaho, until the family moved to Logan, Utah, in 1948. She was raised a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (The Mormon Church). After graduation from Logan High School in 1954 Sonia worked in a bank until she entered Utah State University in January 1955. She received her B.A. in English in 1958. Sonia and Richard Theodore Johnson...

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Born in New York City, 9 June 1939. Graduated from Brandeis University in 1959. She began her career in book publishing as an editorial assistant and director of publicity and subsidiary rights at the publishing house of Bernard Geis Associates. Her journalistic career has included freelance writing for the New York Times, TV Guide, Boardroom Reports, and Good Housekeeping, among others. She contributed "The Working Woman" column to Ladies' Home Journal from 1971 to 1981. A founder of Ms. magazi...

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Fitzgerald, Ella, 1917-1996 (person)

Ella Fitzgerald (b. April 25, 1917, Newport News, VA–d. June 15, 1996, Beverly Hills, CA) was an American jazz singer often referred to as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, and Lady Ella. She was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing and intonation, and a "horn-like" improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing. After tumultuous teenage years, Fitzgerald found stability in musical success with the Chick Webb Orchestra, performing across the country, but...

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Smeal, Eleanor (person)

Smeal was Chair of the Woman's Trust. From the description of TLS, 1985 April 16 : Washington, D.C. to Nancy Magnuson / Ellie Smeal. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 29463769 ...

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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...

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Feinberg refers to his/herself as a gender outlaw. From the description of Leslie Feinberg audiocassettes, 1994. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 63988301 ...

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Cantarow, Ellen (person)

Ellen Cantarow received her Ph.D. in comparative literature from Harvard University. She has taught American studies and women's studies at a number of colleges, including the State University of New York, College at Old Westbury. As a Radcliffe Institute fellow, she studied the labor movement and the women's movement in Italy. Cantarow has written on women in the labor force, social activism, and the Middle East. Her articles have appeared in the Village Voice, and Grand Street. Fro...

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Dorothy Allison is an author and feminist who has written numerous books and short stories, including Trash (1988), Bastard Out of Carolina (1992), and Cavedweller (1998). From the description of Dorothy Allison papers, 1970s-2010. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 656838017 ...

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Thomas, J. T. (person)

J.T. Thomas lived in Savannah, Georgia, during the 1870s. Josiah Penfield (1785-1828) was born in Fairfield, Connecticut and was a silversmith in Savannah, Georgia. From the description of J.T. Thomas collection on Josiah Penfield, 1873-1874. (Georgia Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 123765829 ...

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Broumas, Olga, 1949-.... (person)

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Olsen, Tillie (person)

Biography Tillie Olsen was born in Nebraska in 1913 and has lived in San Francisco for most of her life. Her education was cut short by the Depression: she wrote and published when young, but the necessity of raising and supporting four children and full-time work prevented her from writing for twenty years. She was in her mid-forties before she began again. Tell Me A Riddle was originally published in 1962, and its title novella received the...

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Modgon, Agnes (person)

Higgins, Charlotte, 1972-.... (person)

Abena, Nurudafina Pili (person)

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Anderson, Beth, 1950- (person)

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Beam, Joseph (person)

Born in Philadelphia in 1954, Joseph Beam was an African-American gay rights activist and author who worked to foster greater acceptance of gay life in the black community by relating the gay experience with the struggle for civil rights in the United States. After his graduation from Franklin College in rural Indiana in 1976, Beam began working at Giovanni's Room, a gay and lesbian bookstore in Philadelphia, where he became acquainted with local and national gay figures...

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Morgan, Robin, 1941- (person)

Feminist activist, author, poet, child star, and editor of MS. magazine. From the description of Robin Morgan papers, 1947-2010. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 48948587 1941, Jan. 29 Born in Lake Worth, Fla. 1956 Graduated with Honors from the Wetter School ...

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Thomas, Augusta Read, 1964- (person)

Augusta Read Thomas (born April 24, 1964) is an American composer and professor. ...

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Cisneros, Sandra (person)

Sandra Cisneros was born on December 20, 1954 and raised in Chicago. Cisneros is the daughter of a Mexican father and a Mexican-American mother. She was educated in the Midwest before moving to the Southwest in 1984. Cisneros graduated from the Iowa Writer's Workshop, and has lived in San Antonio for most of the last twenty years. She has worked as a teacher to high school dropouts, a poet-in-the-schools, a college recruiter, an arts administrator, and most recently, as a visiting writer at a nu...

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Paley, Grace, 1922-2007 (person)

Grace Paley (b. Grace Goodside, Dec. 11, 1922, Bronx, NY-d. Aug. 22, 2007, Thetford, VT) attended Hunter College and The New School where she studied with W. H. Auden. She married June 20, 1942, Grace Goodside married cinematographer Jess Paley in 1942 and had two children before getting divorced. Paley married poet Robert Nichols 1n 1972. She taught at Sarah Lawrence College. Her first collection was published in 1959. A known pacifist and social activist, Paley joined the War Resisters Leagu...

Cole, Paula, 1968- (person)

Awiakta, Marilou, 1936- (person)

Etheridge, Melissa (person)

Buffam, Theresa (person)

Barber, Karen, 1965- (person)

Keohane, Nannerl O. (person)

Colvin, Shawn (person)

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Cliff, Michelle (person)

Schofield, Deniece, 1947- (person)

Gilbert, Charlene (person)

Sobel, Wendy (person)

Kelly, Maura, 1974- (person)

Sholl, Betsy (person)

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Pearlberg, Gerry Gomez (person)

Siegel, Martha (person)

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Sarah Valentine (person)

Gallo, Jean (person)

Rowlands, Gena (person)

Hill, Ruth (person)

Millett, Kate (person)

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, ...

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The Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities (1966) and the Massachusetts Arts Lottery Council (1980) were abolished and succeeded in their functions by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, effective 1990. From the description of Policy correspondence, 1979-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81313213 From the description of Council meeting files, 1990-1991. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82445919 From the description of Council minutes, 1990-1991. (Unknown)...

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Moore, Honor (person)

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Smith, Barbara, 1922- (person)

Background The collection was donated by Barbara Smith, a local activist in the women's movement in the 1970s. She was very active in the L.A. Women's Liberation Center (also known as the Los Angeles Women's Center) where she played a key role in organizing the Liberation School. Later she was active in the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and with Federally Employed Women (FEW). The Los Angeles Wom...

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Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998 (person)

Bella Savitzky Abzug (July 24, 1920 – March 31, 1998), nicknamed "Battling Bella", was an American lawyer, U.S. Representative, social activist and a leader in the women's movement. In 1971, Abzug joined other leading feminists such as Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm, and Betty Friedan to found the National Women's Political Caucus. She was known as a leading figure in what came to be known as eco-feminism. In 1970, Abzug's first campaign slogan was, "This woman's place is in the House—the H...

Jay Clayton (person)

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St. James, Margo (person)

Heiman, Judy (person)

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Bateson, Mary Catherine (person)

Writer and cultural anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson was born in New York City in 1939, the daughter of anthropologists Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson. A Radcliffe graduate (B.A., 1960), she went on to earn her Ph. D. from Harvard in 1963. Bateson was on the faculties of Harvard University, Brandeis University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, among others, before retiring in 2004 from George Mason University from her position as Clarence J. Robinson Professor in Anthropology a...

Chicago, Judy, 1939- (person)

Interviewee Judy Chicago (1939- ) is a feminist artist and author who lives and works in Belen, N.M. Interviewer Judith Olch Richards (1947- ) is former executive director of iCI in New York, N.Y. From the description of Oral history interview with Judy Chicago, 2009 Aug. 7-8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 613316745 Judy Chicago (1939-) is a noted feminist artist, author, and educator. She was born in Chicago as Judy Cohen, but later changed her name in protest of the mal...

Michelle Balan (person)

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Chahara Foundation (corporateBody)

Chisholm, Shirley, 1924-2005 (person)

Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm (1924-2005) activist, educator, politician and author was born in Brooklyn, New York, the oldest of four girls. She lived in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn with her factory worker father, Charles (originally from British Guyana) and her seamstress and domestic worker mom, Ruby Seale (who came from Barbados). Between 1927 and 1934, Chisholm was sent to live with her grandmother, Emaline Seale, in Christ Church, Barbados. Chisholm attended local school, ...

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Cotton, Elizabeth (person)

Epithet: wife of Sir John Cotton, 4th Baronet, of Conington British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000572.0x00032c ...

Stuart Blackley (person)

Wade, Juanita (person)

Adam, Margie (person)

Mark, Mary Ellen, 1940-2015 (person)

Mary Ellen Mark (b. March 20, 1940, Elkins Park, PA–d. May 25, 2015, New York City, NY) received degrees in painting, art history, and photojournalism from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation she received a Fulbright Scholarship to photograph in Turkey. Mark moved to New York City, where she photographed demonstrations in opposition to the Vietnam War and the women's liberation movement. She was a unit photographer for over 100 movies and published 18 books of photographs....

Murphy, Mary (person)

Kahn, Karen, 1955- (person)

Felstiner, Mary Lowenthal, 1941- (person)

French, Marilyn (person)

Harvie, Kim (person)

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Kate Millett (person)

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Lifshin, Lyn (person)

Laska, Vera, 1923-.... (person)

Painter, Nell Irvin (person)

Scholar, teacher, and writer in 19th- and 20th-century American and African American history who has taught at Harvard, Princeton, and the Universities of North Carolina and Pennsylvania. From the description of Nell Irvin Painter papers, 1793-2011 and undated, bulk 1876-2007. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 51907978 Painter earned a Harvard PhD in 1974. From the description of Harvard University and the Ku Klux Klan, 1923 / Nell Painter. April 13,...

Paxton, Tom, 1937-.... (person)

Armatrading, Joan (person)

Casey, Karen (person)

Campbell, Beatrix (person)

Tyson, Willie (person)

McCord, Semenya (person)

Burns Sisters (corporateBody)

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McDermott, Alice (person)

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Dillard, Annie (person)

Annie Dillard was born Meta Ann Doak on April 30, 1945 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She attended Hollins College near Roanoke, Virginia, and studied creative writing and religion. In her sophomore year, she married her creative writing professor, Richard Dillard, who had a strong influence on her writing. Dillard finished her undergraduate degree in English literature and completed a Masters in Fine Arts from Hollins, in 1968. After graduate school, Dillard spent her tim...

Christian, Meg (person)

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Smith, Beverly (Beverly C.) (person)

Bermejo, Mili (person)

Henson-Conart, Deborah (person)

Stewart, Didi (person)

Burke, Florence (person)

Kurjakovic, Jessica (person)

Hogan, Linda (person)

Leslie, Marsha R. (person)

Nestle, Joan (person)

Byer, Kathryn Stripling (person)

Maggeni, Maria (person)

Sanders, Ann (person)

Shanbaum, Suzanne P. (person)

Foos, Laurie, 1966- (person)

Lester, Toni P., 1955- (person)

Black Radical Congress. (corporateBody)

Scot, Barbara J., 1942- (person)

Whoopi Goldberg (person)

Fink, Sue (person)

Pacilio, Casi (person)

Jean Vallon (person)

Thompson, Karen (person)

Jones, Abby (person)

Russ, Joanna (person)

Stallard, Anne (person)

Martin, Sandy (person)

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Taylor, Marcia (person)

Kay, Jackie (person)

Bobis, Merlinda C. (Merlinda Carullo) (person)

Malman, Sandi-Jo (person)

Fisher, Phyllis (person)

Faludi, Susan (person)

Vaid, Urvashi (person)

Moraga, Cherrie (person)

Lewis, Catherine (person)

Terry Person (person)

lang, k. d. (Kathy Dawn), 1961- (person)

Paige, Connie (person)

Frazier, Deamita (person)

Diamond, Rickey Gard, 1946- (person)

Evora, Cesaria (person)

Hall, Radclyffe, 1886?-1943 (person)

Sánchez, Sonia, 1934- (person)

Sonia Sanchez is an African-American poet, anthologist, and editor. She taught at the University of Pittsburgh in 1969. From the description of Sonia Sanchez letter and poem, 1969-1971. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 49571750 ...

Ritts, Carolyn (person)

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Carillo, Roxanna (person)

Alther, Lisa (person)

Malcolm, Janet. (person)

The Winn [Wiener] family: Josef Winn (1901 Podebrady-1983 New York) was a psychiatrist and a writer. He wrote short stories, aphorisms and commentaries mainly in a satirical and comical style under his pseudonym Alcantara. His works were published largely in “Lidové noviny,” “Tribuna” and “Dobrý den” (satirical biweekly magazine edited by Karel Poláček). Josef Wiener was also a friend and the physician of the members of the “Liberated Theater” Osvobozené Divadlo, a famou...

Alsop, Martha (person)

Atchinson, Gabrie'l (person)

Reilly, Patricia Lynn (person)

Rushin, Kate (person)

Pines, Lois (person)

Clinton, Kate (person)

Griffin, Ada Gay (person)

Demita Frazier (person)

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Meier, Deborah (person)

Deborah Meier was born on April 6, 1931 in New York City and received a master’s degree in history from the University of Chicago in 1955. She began her career in education in 1963 as a kindergarten teacher in Chicago. In 1966, she returned to New York City, where she taught at PS 144 and was involved in open-corridor class experiments. In 1974, Meier started Central Park East, which was later expanded into three schools: Central Park East I, Central Park East II, and River East. In 1985, Meier ...

Jordan, June (person)

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Jones, Lizard (person)

Platner, Janice (person)

Gauthier, Mary (person)

Schulman, Sarah, 1958-.... (person)

Nunez-Harrell, Elizabeth (person)

Persimmon Blackridge (person)

Tutu, Niomi-Seavers (person)

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Drabble, Margaret, 1939-.... (person)

English authors. From the description of Margaret Drabble collection, 1963-1982. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70962613 Author. From the description of Letters, ca. 1974-1975. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 237005957 Epithet: author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000499.0x000205 ...

Cazden, Joanne (person)

Beth, Karen (person)

King, Coretta Scott, 1927-2006 (person)

Coretta Scott King (b. April 27, 1927, Marion, AL–d. Jan. 30, 2006, Rosarito Beach, Mexico) was the wife of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. She attended Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and earned a degree from the New England Conservatory of Music studying under Marie Sundelius. She met King in Boston and they were married in 1953. They had four children: Yolanda (1955), Martin III (1957), Dexter (1961), and Bernice (1963).The King family lived in Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs. ...

Herrick, Susan (person)

Goldstein, Rebecca (person)

Gertner, Nancy, 1946- (person)

Forbes, Edith, 1954- (person)

Wilcox, David (David K.) (person)

Bunch, Charlotte, 1944-.... (person)

A participant in poverty programs and civil rights organizations while a student of history at Duke University (1962-1966), Bunch became active in the women's liberation movement of the 1960s. She has subsequently taught courses on feminism at colleges and universities, participated in international conferences concerning women, peace, or Christianity, edited feminist books and journals, and worked to develop a lesbian/feminist ideology. Her many organizational affiliations have included the Met...

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Ozecki, Ruth L. (person)

Allen, Kate (person)

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Miller, Cercie (person)

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Fonda, Jane, 1937- (person)

Jane Fonda (b. December 21, 1937, New York City, NY) is an American actress, writer, political activist, former fashion model, and fitness guru. The daughter of actor Henry Fonda, Jane made her Broadway and film debut in 1960. In 1982, she released her first exercise video, Jane Fonda's Workout, which became the highest-selling video of the time. Fonda was a visible political activist in the counterculture era during the Vietnam War and later became involved in advocacy for women. She h...

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Davis, Laura (Singer) (person)

Gearhart, Sally (person)

Feldman, Maxine (person)

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Roberts, Sherry (person)

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Montreux Band (corporateBody)

Carter, Betty, 1930-1998 (person)

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Fischer, Erica (person)

Snyder, Kristina (person)

Ivers, Eileen (person)

Murphy, Evelyn F. (person)

Sisto, Penny (person)

Ladd, Florence (person)

Florence Ladd was born June 16, 1932, in Washington, D.C., to parents who were educators. Ladd attended public schools in Washington, D.C., before earning a B.S. in psychology in 1953 from Howard University and a Ph.D. in social psychology in 1958 from the University of Rochester in New York.Ladd first taught at Simmons College. She then traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, where she taught until 1964. In 1965, she returned to Boston and began teaching at Harvard University's Graduate School of Educati...

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Piven, Frances Fox (person)

Widely recognized as one of America's most thoughtful and provocative commentators on America's social welfare system, Frances Fox Piven, political scientist, activist, and educator, was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1932. She came to the U.S. in 1933 and was naturalized in 1953, the same year she received her B.A. in City Planning from the University of Chicago. She also received her M.A. (1956) and Ph.D. (1962) from the University of Chicago. While married to Herman Piven, she had a...

Nuchow, Leslie (person)

Parham, Dr. Camilla (person)

Raz, Hilda (person)

Hilda Raz's influential literary career encompasses work as a poet and essayist, editor of the literary magazine Prairie Schooner, and English professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Hilda Raz started working at the Prairie Schooner in 1969 as an editorial assistant. She moved into the role of contributing editor in 1972 and then as poetry editor beginning in 1976. After working as the publication's acting editor, 1980-1981 and 1985, Raz went on to become the editor- ...

Randall, Margaret (person)

Lanker, Brian (person)

Cash, Roseanne (person)

Knight, Cheri (person)

Ruth Jacobs (person)

Bulbul (person)

Walters, Jennifer (person)

Aunt Lute Books (corporateBody)

Wheeler, Cheryl (person)

Small, Judy, 1953- (person)

Independent Press Association (IPA) and Big Top Newsstand Service (corporateBody)

Jewell, Terri L. (person)

Flynn, Ray (person)

Weil, Ella (person)

Sheldon, Sayre (person)

Shapiro, Susan (person)

From the guide to the Susan Shapiro Papers, n.d., (University of Minnesota Libraries Children's Literature Research Collections [clrc]) ...

Jean Colton (person)

Brico, Antonia (person)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

Cho, Margaret (person)

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Sabiá (corporateBody)

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Sojourner (Cambridge, Mass.) (corporateBody)

Sojourner was a feminist periodical that evolved from a small Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) women's newspaper to a national forum for feminist analysis of news, opinion, and the arts, as well as women's creative writing and poetry. By the 1990s, Sojourner prided itself as a vital link for the feminist community, including those marginalized women who were on welfare or incarcerated. Although there was a loyal readership, Sojourner experienced financial challenges throu...

Warwick, Dionne (person)

Dionne Warwick was born in East Orange, New Jersey, on December 12, 1940. The oldest of three siblings, Warwick was raised in a deeply religious and musical family. Her father Mantrel, promoted gospel records while her mother, Lee, managed the Drinkard Singers, a gospel group comprised of Warwick's aunts and uncles.At the age of fourteen, Warwick, along with her sister and cousin, formed The Gospelaires. The gospel trio sang in local churches, college campuses and African American theaters. They...

Aguiar, Maria Morrison (person)

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McCorvey, Norma, 1947-.... (person)

Diane Amos (person)

Williamson, Chris (person)

Geltman, Laurie (person)

Poole, Ruthie (person)

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Ireland, Patricia (person)

Feminist activist, lawyer, and former president of the National Organization for Women, Patricia Ireland was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on October 19, 1945, the daughter of Joan Filipek and James Ireland. She received a BA from the University of Tennessee in 1966 and a JD from the University of Miami Law School in 1975. She worked as a flight attendant for Pan Am from 1967 to 1975, where she successfully challenged an employee health insurance plan that did not cover spouses of emp...

Najma (person)

Kallet, Cindy (person)

Graff, E.J. (person)

Author and journalist, E.J. Graff graduated from Ohio University (B.A. 1979) and Warren Wilson College (M.F.A. 1986). The author of What Is Marriage For? The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution (1999) and, with Evelyn Murphy, Getting Even: Why Women Still Don't Get Paid Like Men - And What to Do About It (2005), Graff writes widely about issues of marriage and family, women's lives, and the lives of lesbians, gay men, bisexual, and transgendered people. She was a contributing...

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