Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections

Lesbian Nation (1974-01-21)

Item

T81_1_40.jpg

Title

Lesbian Nation (1974-01-21)

Subject

Anti-prison movement, Intersectional Feminism

Description

The episode opens with a song from Lavender Jane. Then in the final part of a three-episode interview, Martha Shelley brings back Florynce Kennedy to discuss Bobby Seale's trial and mayoral run in Oakland, Kennedy's experience as part of Assata Shakur's legal team, and intersectionality and conflict between the feminist and black power movements. Following their interview, Viv Sutherland reviews Myrna Lamb's play Because I Said So, playing at the Women's Arts Center. Trigger warning: racial slurs.

Date

1/21/1974

Extent

0:25:21

Language

English

Identifier

T81_1_40

Provenance

Gift of Martha Shelley

Rights Holder

Lesbian Herstory Archives

Interviewee

Kennedy, Florynce

Interviewer

Shelley, Martha

Host

Shelley, Martha

Physical Format

Open reel audiotape (7 1/2)

Digital Format

audio/wav

Collection

Citation

“Lesbian Nation (1974-01-21),” Lesbian Herstory Archives AudioVisual Collections, accessed September 18, 2021, http://herstories.prattinfoschool.nyc/omeka/document/T81_1_40.