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Contents of the flash drive have been transferred to a library server. 2010-0203; dated 1972-1984) contains a selection of materials documenting enterprises that NYRF members participated in such as Mother Courage Restaurant, Womanbooks, Women’s Coffee House, the New York Feminist Federal Credit Union, and the Women Like Me Oratory Group.Included are clippings, fliers, handouts, programs, press releases, conference schedules, newsletters, fund-raising letters, and photographs. 2011-0114; dated 1970-2011) contains material documenting NYRF member participation in other groups.Also included are consciousness raising topics and guidelines, lists of accomplishments and activities from 1971-1976, as well as notes from a 1971 session of the Lucy Stone Brigade; materials documenting speak-outs, conferences, and other activities; public relations and financial documents; and copies of the NYRF newsletter (1970-1977).Documents include originals as well as photocopies.
Firestone's and Koedt's desire to start this new group was aided by Vivian Gornick's 1969 Village Voice article, The Next Great Moment in History Is Theirs.Included are clippings, fliers, and other documents related to a range of events and spaces such as Women's Equality Day events, 35 West 22nd Street Women’s Center, East 5th Street Abandoned Women's Shelter Takeover, and the 1974-1975 New York City Feminist Community Coalition. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection.