Women March Against Racist War Research
…about a hundred of us, in witches’ costumes and war paint, armed with incense, candles and tambourines, walked over a mile thru downtown Market Street to the office of Rothschild & Raffin, the contractors building Western Medical Institute of Research. At the R & R building and also the Ferry building 2 blocks away, we cast our hex: “A hex, a hex / on Pentagon West / Rothschild and Raffin get rich on death…ibbidy, bibbidy, sibbidy sap / no more racist sexist crap…double bubble pigs in trouble / sisters joined in love and struggle.
Liberated Guardian (1971)
The following is an interview/discussion on Mayday experiences with Dana, who was involved in organizing the April 10th Women’s March on the Pentagon, and Roy, a member of the Dienbienphu Family, a group working at Columbia and on the upper west side of New York City, by three members of the LGWC (Jill, Tink and Mark) who were in Washington for Mayday, and another LGWC member (Jim) who followed Mayday from New York City.
Kate Millett: A Conversation by Laura Nadworny, EVO (1971)
Kate Millett, author of Sexual Politics, proved to be a sensitive, intelligent woman. Although I didn’t find myself in 100% agreement with her, I think what she had to say was very important as a whole. And so I want to let her be heard out (a rarity in itself).
Jean Raisler for San Francisco Express Times (1969)
This is the women’s liberation picket line outside the KYA Bridal Fair on top of Nob Hill last Saturday.
Our reporters—one man, one woman, both carrying proper press passes—were barred from the hall by nervous male security officers (“You look like the demonstrators, I know you, you’re WITH the demonstrators!”).
Inside the Masonic Auditorium, female hecklers kept the pressure on. Most of the toy brides sat silent and frozen, but one piped up, “What’s this all about, free love or something?” Yes, dear. Free. Love. Love. Free. Keep saying it.