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I wish I knew how it would feel to be free, circa 1973

 Item — Reel: 2126

I wish I knew how it would feel to be free, produced by the Women's Liberation Media Workshop of San Francisco, containsa series of segments pertaining to women's rights and feminism, including a conversation about women and sexual pleasure, a discussion regarding the concept of witches and self-empowerment in regard to history and modern feminism, a recording of a protest at a newspaper office arguing for the hiring of women and against sexist articles and help-wanted ads separated by sex, and radio reports about international feminist groups, as well as segments of music, circa 1973.


  • circa 1973

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