THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
“I’ve always considered myself an activist.”
Educator, Women’s Studies and Psychology of Women; author; lifelong advocate for women’s and social justice issues. American Public Health Association. Board of Directors, Education Equity Concepts, New York Foundation, 1985-92. New York Regional Association of Grantmakers, 1990-92. Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, Center for Population Options, 1986-91. Agenda for Children Tomorrow (ACT), Mayor’s Office for Children and Families, 1991-98. New York City Outward Bound Center, Board of Directors, 1990-1996. Older Women Remember and Speak Out (OWRS). Co-Chair Jewish Currents magazine council, a magazine committed to the rich tradition of thought, activism and culture of the Jewish left, and the left more broadly. Ph.D., City University of New York, Neuropsychology, 1981. B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2011.
Interviewed by Judy Waxman, November 2021
More About Alice:
- Slavery in the North: Pelham’s Hidden Hometown History Presentation at Bartow-Pell, by Join Pelham’s Hometown History Project Director Dr. Alice Radosh, presents her research findings on slavery in and around Pelham. May 19, 2022.
- Select publications
- Older Women Remember & Speak Out (OWRS) website
- Jewish Currents website https://jewishcurrents.org/about