section of the on-line archive contains Liberation School documents,
raising, issues of race and class and more.
Constructs the Female by Naomi Weisstein (1968) A feminist classic
that exposed the sexism underlying the psychology establishment of the
THE LAST OF THE RED HOT MAMMAS, OR, THE LIBERATION OF WOMEN AS PERFORMED BY THE INMATES OF THE WORLD (1969)
This play was performed at the founding convention of the Chicago
Women's Liberation Union.
to start your own consciousness-raising group from Black
Maria (1971) Black Maria was a literary magazine
with roots in the CWLU. This article was originally a CWLU leaflet.
on a writers workshop by Donna I. from Black Maria (1971) An analysis of a Writers Workshop offered through the CWLU's
School Women Ask: What is Women's Liberation? from Womankind
(1971) Chicago high school women confront sexism in their daily lives.
WOMEN'S LIBERATION? from Black Maria (1971)
Some basic questions answered in a clear direct way.
Lady from Black Maria (1971)
A grim look at life for incarcerated women.
Feminism -- A Strategy for the Women's Liberation Movement
by the Hyde Park Chapter of the Chicago Women's Liberation Union (1972)
A major theoretical paper that helped lay the basis for the CWLU's political
Look at Ms. by Sue (1972) A CWLU member casts a feminist eye
on the early days of Ms Magazine .
Black Woman's View Of Women's Liberation An interview with Brenda
Eichelberger, a founding member of the Chicago chapter of the National
Black Feminist Organization (undated but probably 1975 ).
Up and Be Counted from Secret Storm (undated, but probably
1975-1976) A review of a film that explored issues of women's liberation.
is Women's Liberation? from Secret Storm (undated, but
probably 1975-1976) A statement that seeks to refute common misconceptions
about the women's movement.
Resistance and Science by Naomi Weisstein(1992)
A follow up to Psychology Constructions the Female written 25
Article Index by Cheryl Ganz (2000) A complete article index
to the CWLU's Womankind newspaper in Adobe Acrobat format. Copies
of Womankind are available for viewing at the Chicago Historical
Society and Northwestern University Library's Special Collections Department
as well as on microfilm at the Library of Congress. You will need the
free Acrobat Reader available here.