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Redstockings Archive
The Redstockings Archives P.O. Box 744, Stuyvesant Station, New York, NY, 10009
The Redstockings Women's Liberation Archives Distribution Project is a mostly volunteer, grassroots effort, which teaches history for activist use. Through our catalog, we make available some of the founding documents of the women's liberation movement, as well as materials which take stock of and seek to advance the gains won through the freedom organizing of the 1960s. Feminists, community, and youth organizers use our material for all kinds of activism, such as speakouts, campaigns, conferences, zap actions, consciousness-raising and study groups. In addition, students, journalists, and professors use Archives material for women's studies classes, school research papers, and to produce films, articles and books.

Access: With permission.
Fees: Photocopying fees may apply.
Category: Archives
Subject: Radicalism & Reform
Time Period: 20th Century since WW2

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