Sunday, August 03, 2008

GaLLeRy 1984 - Renee-Noelle Felice



























































































5 comments:

Thinking Aloud said...

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WomenInPrint@aol.com said...

The faces of many of these women are etched in my memory from a time in my life that is so far away but fondly remembered. It was good to see them again. Thanks for sharing the pictures. lisa

debz@hawaii.rr.com said...

Thx so much for sharing the photos. Such an important time in my life. I lived in Geneva at the time. purple shorts 3 photos from bottom. I carry this in my soul and everyday life. deb zeleznik...in hawaii now

Rebecca Hall, JD, PhD said...

Wow! Nice photos. I was at Seneca f,or almost three weeks in the Summer if 1984. I'm in a coule of the pictures: the AfricanAmrican woman with the purple bandana headband . While I was there a woman gave my a link from the Greenham Common fence, and I still have it. What I r rme ber most from my time there was dealing with the hostilities from neighbors and trying to build better communication..

estelle coleman said...

this bit of history still sings in our hearts and affects our relationship to the world we live in today! Keep the remarkable works of the thousands of women who came alive. Tell your story!!!