women's liberation quiz


1. Q. In June of which year did Jo Freeman attended a “free school’” course on women at the University of Chicago?

2. Q. Jo Freeman invited Heather Booth and Naomi Weisstein to organize a woman’s meeting which was held in Chicago over which weekend?

3. Q. Towards the end of the National Conference of New Politics (NCNP), National Conference for New Politics Director William F. Pepper refused to recognize any of the women waiting to speak and instead called on someone to speak about what indigenous Americans?

4. Q. In 1968, the first American national gathering of women's liberation supporters was held in Lake Villa, a suburb of where?

5. Q. Also in 1968, how many women protested the Miss America Beauty Pageant because it promoted “physical attractiveness and charm as the primary measures of a woman’s worth,”?

6. Q. Also in the year 1968, Notes from the First Year, a women's liberation journal, was published by which publishing company?

7. Q. The first Women's Liberation Conference took place in Britain, during 1970, at where?

8. Q. In 1970, Australian feminist Germaine Greer published her book, and what was it called?

9. Q. Also in 1970, Sisterhood Is Powerful, An Anthology of Writings from the Women's Liberation Movement edited by the American feminist who, was published?

10 Q. In 1971 the first women’s liberation what occured?

11. Q. The theory of radical feminism in the United States developed as the same or the opposite of the women's liberation movement?

12. Q. Within groups such as New York Radical Women (1967–1969), a radical feminist theory began to emerge that declared what formulations that arose from these sessions?

13. Q. Ellen Willis thought of the groups as "the first what group in New York City"?

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1. A. 1967

2. A. Labor Day Weekend

3. A. The American Indians

4. A. Chicago, Illinois

5. A. 100 women

6. A. New York Radical Women

7. A. Ruskin College

8. A. The Female Eunuch

9. A. Robin Morgan

10. A. March

11. A. Opposite

12. A. "The personal is political" and "sisterhood is powerful"

13. A. Women’s Liberation