Tag Archives: Feminists

Mariann G. Wizard :
Richard Lee, 1940-2014: Farewell to an
enemy of the State

‘His life was tempered by his grasp of history, his sense of justice, and his refusal to conform.’ By Mariann G. Wizard | The Rag Blog | March 10, 2015 In writing this remembrance, I had vital assistance from Robert … finish reading Mariann G. Wizard :
Richard Lee, 1940-2014: Farewell to an
enemy of the State

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Thorne Dreyer :
PODCAST | Historian, activist & pioneering feminist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Rag Radio

Dunbar-Ortiz wrote the classic ‘Outlaw Woman: A Memoir of the War Years, 1960-1975,’ recently released in an updated edition. Interview by Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | June 6, 2014 Our Rag Radio podcast features Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, a scholar … finish reading Thorne Dreyer :
PODCAST | Historian, activist & pioneering feminist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Rag Radio

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METRO PODCAST | Thorne Dreyer : Aralyn Hughes, performance artist & ‘Queen of Austin Weird,’ on Rag Radio

Noted Austin storyteller Hughes is the editor of ‘Kid Me Not: an anthology by child-free women of the ’60s now in their 60s.’ Interview by Thorne Dreyer | The Rag Blog | June 2, 2014 Our Rag Radio podcast features … finish reading METRO PODCAST | Thorne Dreyer : Aralyn Hughes, performance artist & ‘Queen of Austin Weird,’ on Rag Radio

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Alice Embree and Phil Prim :
Remembering Judy Smith

Judith Hart Smith, 1944-2013 Judy Smith was the face of feminism at The Rag for many years. Judy Smith, who had a great and lasting impact on all who knew and worked with her, died November 6, 2013, in Missoula, … finish reading Alice Embree and Phil Prim :
Remembering Judy Smith

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INTERVIEW / Jonah Raskin : Novelist Beverly Gologorsky Was Shaped by Sixties, Feminism, and The Bronx

Novelist Beverly Gologorsky. Photo by Marion Ettlinger. An Interview with Beverly Gologorsky: Novelist and long-time activist’s new book shouts its presence “Working people are as ubiquitous as Blue Jays. When they fly they’re beautiful.” By Jonah Raskin / The Rag … finish reading INTERVIEW / Jonah Raskin : Novelist Beverly Gologorsky Was Shaped by Sixties, Feminism, and The Bronx

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INTERVIEW / Jonah Raskin : Oral Historian Margaret Randall on Che and the Cuban Revolution

Margaret Randall, Berkeley, California, March 23, 2011. Photo © Scott Braley. Interview with Margaret Randall: Feminist, poet, and oral historian of Che, Fidel, and the Cuban revolution “Che, even on his early motorcycle adventure through Latin America, was deeply affected … finish reading INTERVIEW / Jonah Raskin : Oral Historian Margaret Randall on Che and the Cuban Revolution

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