“We insisted that women needed access to jobs, they needed housing, they needed access to all the equalities that made persons into fully recognized individuals and human beings.”
Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Administration and Rutgers School of Medicine. Sociologist, forensic social worker, a widely published author and an award-winning researcher with an international reputation for his innovative work on the legal, policy and health dimensions of interpersonal violence, including its effects on children. Founder of one of America’s first battered women’s shelters.
Photo. Evan Stark, a graduate student in Sociology at UW Madison leads a protest against Dow Chemical during the Vietnam protests, 1967.