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Anne Braden, Women’s Liberation, Mutual Interest, And The Lessons For Today’s Struggles


This is a conference call. Cate Fosl, Anne Braden's biographer and director of the Anne Braden Institute at University of Louisville will lead a conversation about Anne’s 1940s- 1970s efforts to reach white women about the struggle to end white supremacy, why she saw the work for racial justice as key to liberation for all of us, and the critical role of the South in the struggle for beloved community. Live captioning is available for this call - to request please email with the date and time of this call.

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