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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Person is exactly "Cherry, Gwen (Gwendolyn Sawyer), 1923-1979"
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"'We, the Women...' The Florida Women's Conference" in Orlando by WMFE-TV,  1977

"'We, the Women...' The Florida Women's Conference" in Orlando by WMFE-TV, 1977

Date
1977-07
Description
This film contains footage of events and interviews with women in attendance at the first Florida Women's Conference to mark the International Women's Year of 1975. The conference was held in Orlando July 15, 16, and 17, 1977. Forty Florida women were selected by President Jimmy Carter to serve on its steering committee and worked diligently on behalf to the women of the state. Much of the program deals with a rift at the meeting between those for the Equal Rights Amendment and those against it. The program was produced by WMFE-TV, Orlando.
Collection
Florida Parades for the ERA by WFSU-TV, 1975

Florida Parades for the ERA by WFSU-TV, 1975

Date
1975-04-14
Description
Video footage of a pro-Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) demonstration called "Florida Parades for the ERA" at the Governor's Mansion in Tallahassee. The demonstrators, including Betty Friedan and Alan Alda, march to the Capitol where Governor Reubin Askew gives a speech. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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"'We, the Women...' The Florida Women's Conference" in Orlando by WMFE-TV, 1977"'We, the Women...' The Florida Women's Conference" in Orlando by WMFE-TV, 1977politics/fpc/memory/omeka_images/video/thumbnails90px/M82-11.jpg
Florida Parades for the ERA by WFSU-TV, 1975Florida Parades for the ERA by WFSU-TV, 1975Civil rights
Demonstrations
History, Modern -- 20th century
Women's rights
Equal rights amendments
Constitutional amendments--Ratification
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