Lesbian-feminist dialogue, December 16, 1972

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Talks and discussion at the Lesbian-Feminist dialog (Columbia University), including: Rush (N.Y. Radical Feminists) on "The relationship of feminism to lesbianism"; Peterson (N.Y. Radical Feminists) on gay-straight tension in the movement; Lewis (Richmond College) statement on refusal to participate; Shelley rebuttal; unidentified separatist; Johnston on sexual-political position; Simpson (fmr President, Daughters of Bilitis); Glick response; Early reading poem; Steinem on impact of event on image of women's movement. World of Women show 71.

Place:
New York (N.Y.)
Extent:
1/4 inch audio tape; 00:58:47
Language:
English
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Rush, Florence
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Peterson, Jan
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Lewis, Denise
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Shelley, Martha
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Johnston, Jill
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Simpson, Ruth
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Glick, Deborah
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Early, Jackie
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Steinem, Gloria
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Location:
Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries
MS 741
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Identifier:
mums741-b268-i004
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Lesbian-feminist dialogueWFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (MS 741). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries
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