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Tuesday Afternoon Group

Tuesday Afternoon Group
State Library of South Australia
Date Range
1972 -
Tuesday Afternoon Group of Women's Liberation (1972 - )

Tuesday Afternoon Group are a group of older women who joined the second wave of feminism in the 1970s whose issues were outside the main stream of feminist concerns of that time. These women were politically active both on older women's needs such as housing, but also international political issues facing women in the third world. Molly Brannigan had attended the Decade of Women Conference in Mexico in 1975 and had gained a greater understanding of the needs of all women world wide. The women met at the Women's Advisory Service to discuss issues each Tueday Afternoon.

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