Reproductive rights--United States
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Additional records of the Boston Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) document members' activism for reproductive rights, economic equality, ending violence against women, etc.
Additional records of National Abortion Rights Action League, 1967-2004 (inclusive), 1975-1990 (bulk)
Overview: Correspondence and memos; annual plans; budget and financial material; board, committee, and staff meeting minutes, agenda, notes, etc.; state affiliate reports; annual meeting planning material, agenda, and audiovisual material; advertising materials; clippings; training materials; etc., of the National Abortion Rights Action League. Also includes the organization's website.
Overview: Date books, appointment calendars, biographical material, correspondence, clippings, clinic administrative records, patient records, etc., of Bill Baird, reproductive rights advocate.
Overview: Buttons, pins, banners, games, stickers, t-shirts, and other objects documenting the experiences of American women collected by the Schlesinger Library.
Overview: Videotapes, motion pictures, and DVDs documenting the National Organization for Women's (NOW) conferences, marches and rallies, and political activism, as well as its role as plaintiff in NOW v. Scheidler.
Overview: Papers of Jane O'Reilly consist of writings, correspondence, clippings, printed materials, audiotapes, and videotapes related to her work as a journalist, writer, and social critic.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, artwork, photographs, course work, and collected feminist and lesbian ephemera and memorabilia of feminist Susan B. Echo.
Overview: Minutes, reports, correspondence, grant proposals, photographs, and memorabilia related to the Project on Women and Disability.
Overview: Records of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) document its efforts on behalf of women's rights and an end to violence against women through lobbying the state legislature, advocating before government agencies, and organizing public demonstrations.