Noreen Connell

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Noreen Connell (born 1947) is an American feminist organizer and writer/editor, known for producing, with fellow New York Radical Feminists (NYRF) member Cassandra Wilson, the 1974 New American Library book ''Rape: A First Sourcebook for Women by New York Radical Feminists''. She first joined the feminist movement through the August 26, 1970, New York City Women's Strike for Equality March and Rally and an autumn 1970 NYRF consciousness-raising group. After working as a NYRF conference and speak-out organizer and a founding member of the Women Office Workers in the early 1970s, Connell has chiefly served as an elected officer of women's rights advocacy groups such as the National Organization for Women (NOW). Provided by Wikipedia
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    Castles in the Sand Why School Overcrowding Remains a Problems in NYC / by Connell, Noreen

    Published 2002
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    Report to the Black, Puerto Rican And Hispanic Legislative Caucus by Connell, Noreen

    Published 2004
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    Getting off the List School Improvement in New York City / by Connell, Noreen

    Published 1996
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    Rape : the first sourcebook for women /

    Published 1974
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