‘Many young women take for granted the struggle that came before, but we can’t afford to do that.’ – Charlotte Bunch
Chances are the participants in Charlotte Bunch’s seminar on “Women and Leadership” have no clue that their professor participated in the 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery.
They have no idea that in the 1970s she became one of the high-profile faces of lesbian feminist activism. Or that in the 1980s she broadened her advocacy to work with women’s groups in Latin America and Asia. Or that in the 1990s, after launching the Center for Women’s Global Leadership …read more
Source: Rutgers Today