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Radical Women in Gainesville documents the valiant history of women in the Gainesville Women's Liberation Movement. The collection is comprised of photos, oral histories, self-published newsprints, newsletters, brochures, notes from feminist organizations, and other original documents. While commemorating the uppity women who helped reform the conservative Gainesville college town in the 1970s, this compilation also preserves artifacts for future generations to access for research and empowerment.
See the Radical Women in Gainesville Historical Exhibit online.