From Political Prisoner to Poet: Marilyn Buck

This article is reposted from the Ms. Magazine Blog For close to 30 years, Marilyn Buck was one of many U.S. political prisoners, a population largely ignored in a country that doesn’t tire of criticizing other nations for imprisoning people for political reasons. A Marxist feminist activist who put her actions where her beliefs were, Buck took part … Continue reading From Political Prisoner to Poet: Marilyn Buck

Primary Sources: Freedom Archives

The lists below are archival sources that I will be studying over the next two years. Significant portions of the archival resources I am working with are housed at the San Francisco Freedom Archives, the Southern California Library, the DePaul library special collections, and my bookshelf. The majority of the project, however, will be based … Continue reading Primary Sources: Freedom Archives