That comment, almost a throwaway line in the film Hit & Stay, haunts me.
All this was long before the internet; Google doesn't have much to tell about this woman who went her own way in this very male-oriented culture of protest. She died in 1995, no longer apparently connected to any community. The most illuminating material comes from a friendly memorial article by Carl Schoettler in the Baltimore Sun.
These tidbits make me wish that more of a written record of this woman's life was accessible. She was a feminist pioneer who lived her convictions.
This post is an addendum that felt necessary to my previous post about the film Hit & Stay.