Did you know that VFA has held over 39 Events and Celebrations honoring our Icons and Unsung Heroes of the 2nd Wave Feminist Movement since
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Never forget the achievements of the Women's Movement.
It isn’t often that one sees the likes of Jane Fonda, Gloria Steinem, Robin Morgan, Gayle King, Sally Field, and many more remarkable women massed together in a church turned banquet hall on Park Avenue—all talking a mile a minute. They were there to celebrate the Women’s Media Center’s (W.M.C.) 2013 Media Awards, hosted by
I was born Muriel Nikki Brink in Detroit, Michigan, on March 7, 1928. My dad, Stanley Elbert Brink, was a well known professional basketball player. My mother worked outside the home, so a housekeeper took care of me. When I was two, I got typhoid fever and the housekeeper, deciding I was contagious, put me in a basket and shut me in a closet. I cried and cried, and she ignored me. I never forgot this.
University of Illinois Press has less than 100 copies of Feminists Who Changed America, 1963-1975 in stock and there is no reprint scheduled.
If you have been putting off a purchase, wait no longer. The Press offers the book now at $86 ($82 plus postage). If you want to buy it through VFA, however, we can get you copies for as little as $66 (that includes postage). So don’t wait. Buy it now for yourself or for family or friends for the holidays.
This is the only resource of its kind and will not be available much longer. It is a beautiful book, packed with over 2,200 biographies and pictures of our actions.
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VFA is a nonprofit organization for veterans of the Second Wave of the feminist movement. The goals are to enjoy the camaraderie forged during those years of intense commitment, to honor ourselves and our heroes, to document our history, to rekindle the spark and spirit of the feminist revolution and act as keeper of the flame so that the ideals of feminism continue to reverberate and influence others