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

January 1974

Barbara Chaapel writes a reflection in the Dickinson Womens Newsletter on what it means to her to be a œliberated individual, and more specifically to be part of the Womens Liberation Movement.  In her piece, she explores the stigma that is associated with being labeled a œwomans libber and says that for her, because she has œconsidered [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.  œLiberation, Chaapel argues, œis an attitude about oneself and something that every woman must achieve for herself.

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