An agenda for social justice

An agenda for social justice

Dorothy’s book reminds us that along with tie dye and bell bottoms, the 60s created an agenda for social justice. Dorothy shares her encounters with the forces of social and cultural change, embodying the shift into a new way of seeing and feeling. ┬áThis book is a personal story and a generational one, relevant for anyone who lived through that turbulent decade or who wants to understand it through the eyes of an intelligent and committed activist.

Ruth Crowley, Administrative Law Judge (retired)


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