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The Edible Woman – Margaret Atwood (1969)

“The Edible Woman is a 1969 novel that helped to establish Margaret Atwood as a prose writer of major significance. It is the story of a young woman whose sane, structured, consumer-oriented world starts to slip out of focus. Following … Continue reading

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The Price of Peace Is Confusion – Renata Adler

Anti-Vietnam War protestors march on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C., November 27, 1965. December 4, 1965: “At almost every major university in the country, mimeograph machines operate by night in cluttered student apartments, coffeehouses are filled by day with animated political … Continue reading

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Robin Morgan

Robin Morgan, Susan Brownmiller, and Gloria Steinem “Robin Morgan (born January 29, 1941) is an American poet, author, political theorist and activist, journalist, lecturer, and former child actor. Since the early 1960s she has been a key radical feminist member of … Continue reading

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Women’s Brigade of Weather Underground

Bernardine Dohrn “Initially called ‘The Proud Eagle Tribe,’ the communiqué from the Women’s Brigade of the Weather Underground pledged to ‘build a militant women’s movement that commits itself to the destruction of Amerikan imperialism’ and exploit ‘the man’s chauvinism’ as … Continue reading

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Beauvoir on Feminism

“Simone de Beauvoir is a feminist icon. She didn’t just write the feminist book, she wrote the movement’s bible, The Second Sex. She was an engaged intellectual who combined philosophical and literary productivity with real-world political action that led to … Continue reading

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Merging of Messages, Proliferation of Protest (May 2, 1968)

“I remember a year ago, when the march began in the Sheep Meadow, and the people walked through the midtown streets until they came to the plaza of the United Nations to hear the man they now mourn repeat as … Continue reading

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Women’s liberation movement

“The women’s liberation movement (WLM) was a political alignment of women and feminist intellectualism that emerged in the late 1960s and continued into the 1980s primarily in the industrialized nations of the Western world, which affected great change (political, intellectual, … Continue reading

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Artifacts of the Analog Era – Rex Weiner

“As I pack the FedEx box addressed to the Interference Archive in Brooklyn, New York—a nonprofit study center for ‘objects created as part of social movements by the participants themselves: posters, flyers, publications, zines, t-shirts and buttons, audio recordings…’—I am … Continue reading

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Sylvia Plath and the Communion of Women Who Know What She Went Through

“Each time I left the Charles Woodruff Library at Emory University during my week-long visit there, I set off the alarm. I carried nothing but a tote bag with my laptop, cell phone, wallet, and one book—Charles Newman’s The Art … Continue reading

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Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? – Linda Nochlin (1971)

“‘Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?‘ is a 1971 essay by American art historian Linda Nochlin. It is considered a pioneering essay for both feminist art history and feminist art theory. In this essay, Nochlin explores the institutional … Continue reading

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