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Demonstrations -- United States -- Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Cary Herz papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00574
Abstract Photographer. Photographic prints, slides, and contact sheets documenting events of political, social and economic significance in the U.S., circa 1970s to the early 2000s. Topics include musicians and musical events, theater performances, political gatherings and demonstrations (including anti-Vietnam War), rape and sexual violence, religion and women in the ministry, homelessness, the ERA, women in sports, the rights of flight attendants, the National Organization for Women, and women...
Dates of Materials: 1950 - 2009

Dori Jacobson women's rights portfolio

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00279
Abstract

Photographer and feminist. Includes photos of individual women and events, including women's rights actions in Illinois, the Equal Rights Amendment movement in Illinois, the National Organization for Women, New York anti-pornography rally, abortion rights and antinuclear events, and the March for Women's Lives, Washington, D.C.

Dates of Materials: 1977-1986

Joan E. Biren papers

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Identifier: SSC-MS-00587
Abstract Joan E. Biren, known as JEB, is a filmmaker, photographer, and lesbian activist who has been professionally known for documenting lesbian lives and communities since the 1970s. She became particularly well known in the 1980s for her slideshow and historical lecture affectionately known as The Dyke Show, with which she toured extensively. This collection includes JEB’s personal and professional records, and is rich in documentation of her photography and...
Dates of Materials: 1944-2019

Why Are You Marching?: January 2017 Women's March interviews, photographs, and website

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Identifier: SSC-MS-00799
Scope and Contents The collection contains sixteen brief interviews with participants in the Women's Marches on January 21, 2017, the the day after Donald J. Trump's inauguration. Marches took place in Washington, D.C, and across the country. This project, conducted by Annie Hartnett, Kathryn Rogers, and Anne-Charlotte Patterson, hoped to tell the story of why so many women were marching on that day and what they hoped to achieve. The project also aimed to offer a glimpse into what diverse women are...
Dates of Materials: 2016 - 2017