vietnam women

“This book chronicles a critical and long overlooked dimension of sixties-era history, the history of U.S. women’s activism, and the history of second-wave feminism. With cutting-edge research, Frazier complicates our understanding of how international connections and networks shaped the development of women’s liberation efforts within the United States and highlights the different interpretations of ‘feminism’ held by activists from distinct social, political, and generational groups.”


Women from the first all-female honor flight in the United Sates watch a Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, Sept. 22, 2015, in Arlington, Va. There were 75 female veterans from World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War in attendance, as well as 75 escorts, who were also female veterans or active-duty military.

(U.S. Army photo by Rachel Larue/released)