The Future of Housework (Part 1 only)

Documentary about the future of housework, hosted by Celeste Wesson. Contains recordings from the conference "The Future of Housework: the role of the housewife and sharing arrangements for childcare," organized by the Women's Studies program at Sarah Lawrence College. Part 1 features three personal views on housework and childcare: 1.

Women in Spain

In this program, panelists Linda Gould Levine, professor at Montclair State College, Gloria Feiman Waldman, professor at York College, and Elizabeth Starčević, professor at City College of New York discuss the women's movement in Spain. The program was produced by Dave Metzger and Judith Murray, who was also the moderator of the panel.

Racism in the Women's movement (Part 1 only)

In this program, guests talk about the racism forum "Racism in the Women's movement: how to fight it," sponsored by the Women Writers Union and Radical Women, and held at the Women's Building in San Francisco.

Battered women

Recordings from a conference on battered women sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee in February 1977. The recording includes testimony from battered women as well as historical information on the oppression of women, legal aspects, and ways of overcoming this problem. Produced by Kimberly Willis for WBAI.

Author Marysa Navarro on Eva Peron

Judith Murray speaks with Marysa Navarro, the biographer of Eva Peron. Note on box: Opens and back announce with "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from Evita the musical (Tim Rice / Andrew Lloyd Weber)- Top 10 Underground recording. Is it pro or anti-Eva Peron? Controversial world wide. Murray does this introduction then plays old recording of ??

Women reporting on women

Three feminist journalists who were all involved in coverage of the Houston Women's Conference discuss the question of whether women journalists can objectively cover women's issues.

Women's Antinuclear Rally (incomplete)

Recording of speeches from an anti-nuclear rally. No date or location is given but it may be Mother's Day, 1979? in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY (Medgar Evers College is mentioned). First speaker on this is named Susan (last name not given), and she speaks about being a mother with the risk of nuclear pollution.

ERA countdown

Actuality from a rally held on June 30, 1981 marking the 1-year countdown for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The rally was held at the New York Public Library and speakers included Bella Abzug, actress Marlo Thomas, New York City Council member Miriam Friedlander (1914-2009), President of the New York City Council Carol Bellamy (b.
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