These audiovisual sources represent women’s activism in a wide range of social justice causes including women’s suffrage, labor, civil rights, peace, women’s liberation, women’s health and reproductive justice, environmental justice, indigenous rights, and immigrant rights.
- Being an Activist: women discuss their identity and experiences as activists
- Campus Activism: Smith students and alumnae talk about activism on campus from the 1960s to the present
- How to Organize: women talk about how to be an activist and share their knowledge on the nuts and bolts of organizing
- Learning from History: activists discuss the importance of applying the history of social justice movements to current organizing strategies
- Women Activists in Action: Archival video footage of demonstrations and rallies, and slideshows of historical photographs and documents related to women’s activism
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- Video and audio quality varies depending on the conditions of the original recordings and possible deterioration of the original media over time.