Blanche Cooke talks about the life and work of Crystal Eastman (1881-1928), a radical, feminist, and socialist, and an attorney who graduated from the NYU law school in 1907. She was the first women New York State commissioner advocating for workers compensation, and she founded the Women's International Peace Movement, now called the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Program produced by Donna Allegra with technical assistance by Adrienne Gantt.
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