VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT: ALICE WOLFSONadmin2021-09-12T16:36:44-04:00
THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
“The Women’s Movement Gave Me a Voice.”
Attorney, activist, author, organizer and pioneer in the women’s health movement. DC Women’s Liberation group’s governing structure, A Magic Quilt. “The Daughters of Lilith” collective. A founder of the National Women’s Health Network. Co-founded the Committee to Defend Reproductive Rights of the Coalition for the Medical Rights of Women in San Francisco. Author of the chapter “Clenched Fist, Open Heart,” published in the book The Feminist Memoir Project: Voices From Women’s Liberation.
Interviewed by Judith Waxman, June 2021
Photo. Alice Wolfson as seen in the film, “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” by Mary Dore.