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Jo Freeman, a well-known feminist scholar, activist, author, speaker, and lawyer, recently launched this new site consisting of works by and about her. The site contains a portion of Freeman's numerous scholarly and journalistic articles, including "The Feminist Movement," "Women in Society," "Women, Law and Public Policy," and "Social Protests in the Sixties." The site also contains a photo gallery of historic photos of the civil rights vigil at the 1964 Democratic Convention, the June 1966 Meredith Mississippi March, Eugene McCarthy's 1968 presidential campaign, and the 1968 Democratic Convention. In addition, Freeman has included her extensive collection of political buttons for viewing, as well as a substantial list of links to other related sites. Political activists, feminists, and those users interested in women's studies may find this site valuable.

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