Diversity and inclusiveness in the Women's Movement

Description

Many of the images in this exhibit include causes and themes important to women of all races and ethnicities but these photographs largely depict issues unique to women of color, many issues which are very relevant today, including police brutality and racism. Issues of racial inequality within the movement itself are also depicted.



  • African-American women attending the International Women's Day rally
  • Racism workshop at NOW conference, Houston
  • Anti-Bakke demonstration at the Federal Court House
  • Anti-Hustler magazine demonstration
  • International Women's Year conference
  • Anti-Attica demonstration
  • Day care demonstration at City Hall
  • Margaret Sloan, co-founder of National Black Feminist Organization
  • Black caucus at NOW conference, Houston
  • NBFO (National Black Feminist Organization) Black Caucus meeting in hotel room during NOW conference
  • Ella Baker, Founder of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
  • "Sexism in the Schools" conference at P.S. 41 about the changing roles of women in Africa and America
  • Union women at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.
  • Meeting at Del Prado Hotel for the Nongovernmental Organization
  • Pro day care and welfare demonstrator confronts a KKK member in front of convention center
  • Black children at integration demonstration in Canarsie
  • Author Michele Wallace
  • Sylvia Vitale speaking for black women at Pornography and Self-image meeting
  • Black civil rights demonstration
  • Police and Jewish demonstration in Crown Heights
  • Attica funeral
  • Maue Walters, Native American woman and a delegate from Oklahoma
  • Chinese demonstrate for jobs
  • Chinese Americans demonstrate against police brutality
  • Liz Young speaks for Chinese women at Pornography and Self-image Meeting
  • Author Han Suyin at Chinese Women's Day International conference
  • Chinese women at housing demonstration
  • Union women march in Labor Day parade
  • International Woman's Day March