women against imperialism

oral history project

Created by Brooke Lober in Collaboration with the Freedom Archives

women against imperialism oral history project  

The Women Against Imperialism Oral History Project was created to historicize the work of this feminist collective through recollections and interpretations from its participants. Active from 1981-1996, Women Against Imperialism was launched by the Women's Caucus of the Bay Area chapter of the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee. Participating in social movement endeavors from reproductive justice to internationalist solidarity and political prisoner support, in the words of one participant, WAI brought feminism to the anti-imperialist movement, and anti-imperialism to the feminist movement. 

 
 
Furious Funeral From Hell, 1992
Furious Funeral From Hell, 1992
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International Women's Day 1986
International Women's Day 1986
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Armed Forces Recruiting Center, 1989
Armed Forces Recruiting Center, 1989
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International Women's Day, 1988
International Women's Day, 1988
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Women's Emergency Response Protest, 1991
Women's Emergency Response Protest, 1991
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Steps to Freedom, SF Federal Building, 1989
Steps to Freedom, SF Federal Building, 1989
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