Shrew magazine July 1971

Description

Shrew was the newsletter of the London Women's Liberation Workshop which was formed in 1969. Different women’s groups who were part of the workshop federation took it in turns to produce each issue of the newsletter. This issue was produced by the Ealing Group and has a number of articles looking at different aspects of women’s experience from a feminist perspective, such as the notion of sisterhood, women’s ‘worth’, women’s work and how ‘feminine’ identity is constructed.

Full title:
Shrew magazine July 1971
Published:
July 1971
Created:
1971
Format:
Magazine
Language:
English
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Usage terms: We have been unable to locate the copyright holder for the Illustration from 1971 edition of Shrew magazine. Please contact copyright@bl.uk with any information you have regarding these items.

Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.523/197

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