Feminist activist Pamela Allen speaks with host Julius Lester about the difficulty in organizing various womens' groups into a united front. She discusses how women are often hesitant to accept leadership roles in social movements because of male chauvinism, why some women won't enter into all-women group dynamics, and the importance of transcending race and class lines in the women's movement.
Likely the same recording as BB3788.03.
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