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Feminism -- Massachusetts -- Boston

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

The Boston Area Feminist Coalition records

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Identifier: M121
Overview The Boston Area Feminist Coalition (BAFC) was founded in the summer of 1981 when local feminists became frustrated with the fragmentation they were witnessing in the Women's Movement. The founders of the Feminist Coalition felt that even though many local groups were working toward the same goals, they operated too independently of one another to be successful. BAFC founders, Nancy Wheeler, Diane Raymond, Sara Freedman and Pam Chamberlain, wanted to provide a forum for these separate groups to...
Dates: 1981-1983

Women's Action Coalition (Boston, Mass.) records

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Identifier: M060
Overview The Women's Action Coalition was a national organization of women committed to taking direct action on issues related to the rights of women. Members saw visible, public resistance as a means to achieve economic parity and representation for women; an end to sexism, homophobia, racism, religious prejudice, and violence against women; and recognition of women's rights to health care, child care, housing, and reproductive freedom. The Women's Action Coalition chapter in Boston held its first...
Dates: 1992-1997