Tag: Judith Stein
Proceedings of the First Feminist Fat Activists’ Working Meeting (1980)
Proceedings the first known meeting of feminist fat activists, in New Haven, CT, August, 1980.
Fat Liberation (radio) presents: Plain Talk About Fat (1984)
Fat Liberation presents: Plain Talk about Fat. Boston Area Fat Liberation radio program for International Women’s Day, 1984.
WFAT radio show: 30 Big Minutes with Fat Liberation (1985)
Boston Area Fat Liberation radio program for International Women’s Day 1985. WFAT, 30 Big Minutes with Fat Liberation.
Luscious and Delicious (2000)
Judith Stein’s speech from the speak-out Resisting Fat Hatred
March 4, 2000, Northampton, MA
A speech delivered at the speak-out Resisting Fat Hatred – Susan Stinson (2000)
Susan Stinson’s speech from the Resisting Fat Hatred Speakout in Northampton Mass. March 4, 2000
FaT GiRL #4 (1995)
Issue #4 of FaT GiRL: the zine for fat dykes and the women who want them. October, 1995
Fat Liberation: No Losers Here (1981)
Article by Judith Stein, from Sojourner, February, 1981, and a followup letter from the subsequent issue in March, 1981.
Trimming the Fat for Profit: an Essay on Fat Liberation (1982)
Article by Judith Stein, from WomenWise, The New Hampshire Feminist Health Center Quarterly; Winter, 1982.
Fat Liberation and the Women’s Health Movement (1980)
Speech by Judith Stein at the New Haven Women’s Health Conference, 1980.
F.A.T. panel at New Haven Women’s Health Conference (1980)
A keynote panel address at a feminist health fair in New Haven, 1980. Speakers include Judith Stein, Aldebaran, Judy Freespirit, Marcia Duvall, and Diane Denne.
Get Your Foot Off My Neck: Fat Liberation (Pride Speech Boston 1986)
Speech by Judith Stein, 1986.
Fat Air (1995)
Susan Stinson interviews Judith Stein and Meridith Lawrence in 1995. Includes Judith Steins reflections in 2021.
The Political History of Fat Liberation: An Interview (1981)
On February 1, 1981 two members of The Second Wave collective interviewed ReaRae Sears and Judith Stein, two Boston feminists active in the Fat Liberation movement. This is an edited excerpt from that interview.
Thoughts on Fitting In (1983)
“I try to remember that the truth is that the world is too small. It is the world which is too full of narrow aisles, narrow chairs, narrow people who never talk loud, whose hands rest quietly in their laps as they speak in demure voices…” by Judith Stein, 1983.
The F.A.T. Patrol’s Greatest Hits — Lyric sheet (1980)
Songs performed at “An Evening of Fat Women’s Culture”
April 19, 1980, New Haven, Connecticut