Sunday, October 05, 2014

HeRSToRy 006 Shad Reinstein

     Shad was one of the early organizers of the Peace Camp. She lived near Ithaca, NY at the time and was active in local anti-nuclear activities and demonstrations including the Women’s Pentagon Actions in 1980 and 1981 and the first women’s action at the Seneca Army Depot in the early summer of 1982. She stayed involved with the Encampment for several years before moving to Seattle, WA.
Shad (top left) at the Seneca Army Depot as part of a women's action organized by the Upstate Feminist Peace Alliance and Women's Pentagon Action, May 15, 1982.
CLIP 1: This is what it means to have consensus

Interview: Shad Reinstein
Date: October 20 & 21, 2006
Location: Seattle, WA 
Present: Estelle Coleman, hershe Michele Kramer

CLIP 2: Seneca Army Depot


Women's Video Collective footage of Shad at WEFPJ in the summer of 1983.
Shad, Kady, and logistics crew women admire the Encampment's new water tank, 
July 16, 1983.

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