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Detroit-Area Feminists Oral Histories

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Identifier: UOH001852
Abstract In 2003 Sarah Arvey interviewed 17 Detroit-area second-wave feminists, under the auspices of the Michigan arm of the Veteran Feminists of America, a nonprofit organization chronicling the modern women's movement. Collection consists of transcripts of these 17 interviews. The women interviewed talk about their lives, careers, families, what influenced them to become feminists, and their feminist activism. Included are observations on their solidarity with and intersections of their work with the...
Dates: 2003

Detroit Women's Press Records

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Identifier: UR001470
Abstract Subjects include: Women's Liberation Coalition of Michigan; feminism
Dates: 1969 - 1975

Glass Bell Press Publications

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Identifier: MSS:013
Abstract The Glass Bell Press was a hand press that operated in Detroit, Michigan in the mid-1970s, distributing broadsides of feminist poetry.

The collection includes two published books of poems, the Press's catalog for 1974, 15 broadsides, and 2 bookmarks.
Dates: Publication: 1974 - 1976

Gloria Johnson Oral History

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Identifier: LOH002326
Abstract In 1993, Dennis Deslippe interviewed International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (IUE) staffer and Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) president and co-founder Gloria Johnson for his book,
Dates: 1993-06-08

Mildred Jeffrey Papers

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Identifier: LP000300
Abstract Mildred Jeffrey worked as an organizer for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, as Educational Director of the Pennsylvania Joint Board of Shirt Workers, as a consultant to the War Labor Board, as Director of the United Auto Workers (UAW) Women’s Bureau, and as Director for UAW Community Relations and Consumer Affairs Departments. Ms. Jeffrey was also active in the Democratic Party and was a founding member and chair of the National Organization of Women’s (NOW) political arm, the...
Dates: 1920 - 2004; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1979

National Organization for Women (NOW): Downriver Chapter Records

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Identifier: UR001227
Abstract The Downriver chapter of NOW was formed in 1974 by Loretta Moore, a Wayne State University professor, who was elected the chapter’s first president. The chapter was active in supporting local, state and national policy concerning women’s rights, participated in marches, rallies and walkathons and also endorsed pro-women’s rights candidates. They hosted and participated in numerous programs for local women, set up networks and resources for the community, established a library for members...
Dates: 1971 - 1994

Sonia Pressman Fuentes Oral History

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Identifier: LOH002324
Abstract In 1993 Dennis Deslippe interviewed lawyer and feminist Sonia Pressman Fuentes for his book,
Dates: 1993-11-23

Toni Swanger Papers

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Identifier: UP001777
Abstract An active member of the Detroit women's rights movement, journalist Toni Swanger worked with the Detroit Women's Radio Workshop on programming for the Detroit public radio station WDET, and served in various roles for Detroit newspaper, Metro Times, including production manager and managing editor. Ms. Swanger's papers reflect her interest in women's issues and document her career as an activist and radio and print journalist.
Dates: 1951-2000; Majority of material found within 1970s-1994

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