Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, architects of a feminist art program at the California Institute of the Arts, discuss current feminist activities in Los Angeles.
Ann Herschfang (aka Ann Forfreedom), feminist activist, discusses ways in which women can succeed in today's society, independent of male orientation at the University of Southern California in April 1970.
Dr. Nancy Rosser, a resident psychiatrist at the neuropsychiatric institute at University of California, Los Angeles, speaks of the psychological aspect of being female, intercourse, pregnancy, contraception, sexual orientation, menstruation, menopause and theories of sexuality.
Dr. Virginia Bruce discusses sex and gender in our society, illustrates that the words masculine and feminine are culturally- rather than sexually-oriented terms, and differentiates them from the biological male and female. Speech delivered April 1970 at University of Southern California. Announcer is Stephanie Powsner.
Helen Landgarten, art therapist, examines differing approaches to psychiatric practice in the Los Angeles community. Her guest is Dr. Janet Ruckert, psychologist in private practice and training therapist on the staff of the Gestalt Institute. Ruckert describes the gestalt therapy, its origins in the work of Fritz Perle, and how it differs from other kinds of therapies.
Helen Landgarten, art therapist, hosts a panel of people representing the Betsy Wooden Center for Psychotherapy in Encino, CA on the topic of the recent trend in mental health field toward group practice. The panel is composed of Robert Zweber, founder of the group; Charles Hurt, Daisy Spiegel, and Dr. Melvyn Werbach. Formerly cataloged as BB4450.01.
This is the conclusion of the fifth and final installment in the five-part documentary series about the ghettos and race relations in Los Angeles.
This is the fifth and final installment in the five-part documentary series or "audiomosaic" as the producers call it, about the ghettos and race relations in Los Angeles.
This is the third in a five-part documentary series or "audiomosaic" as the producers call it, about the ghettos and race relations in Los Angeles. The series was produced by Leonard Brown and a team of volunteers. This episode centers on the family unit, teen pregnancy, juvenile delinquency, and other family-centered issues. None of the interviewees are identified.
Cynthia Secor and Janet Cooper discuss the lesbian in literature at the 2nd Gay Academic Union Conference in New York City, 1974. Janet Cooper of the American Library Association (ALA)'s Task Force on Gay Liberation (TFGL) speaks on female crushes, friendships, and affections in children's literature prior to the 1920's.
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