"Meanderings": Reflecting on "Women's Libbers"

Excerpt from Chaapel's reflection
Date: 
January 1974

Barbara Chaapel writes a reflection in the Dickinson Women’s Newsletter on what it means to her to be a “liberated” individual, and more specifically to be part of the Women’s Liberation Movement.  In her piece, she explores the stigma that is associated with being labeled a “woman’s libber” and says that for her, because she has “considered [herself] a liberated person long before the ‘movement’ brought her freedom to words, no change in dress or language will make her more or less liberated”.  “Liberation,” Chaapel argues, “is an attitude about oneself and something that every woman must achieve for herself.”

Location of Document in Archives: 
Women's Resource Center Newsletter Dropfile