1. Intro page
    1. Our findings
    2. Main arguments
      1. i.      Women created institutions to support themselves that general society wasn’t providing
      2. ii.      Gave women a forum to take control of their bodies
      3. iii.      Differences in class, age, sex, race, sexual orientation…sometimes, “the cause” trumped all of these differences and in other times the differences were too large to overcome
      4. iv.      Eventually institutionalized but also heavily grass roots- came from women sitting in a room together-
      5. v.      Refutes _______________ (article Elizabeth Knowlton sent to Risa)
      6. vi.      Our research shatters the image of the Women’s Movement as a pure and idealized coalition of women. Our findings capture the complexities that existed among the women and the dynamics that united and divided women.
      7. vii.      Not “paralysis by analysis”—a balanced attack that gave women the ability to recognize society’s shortcomings and then  work together to correct them
      8. viii.      The end of the 50s/early 60s as dramatically different from the 70s [which is explained by…the anti war movement, civil rights movement, blah blah blah]
      9. About the Project
        1. About Risa, Baye and Crystal (and contact info)
        2. Why we chose this topic
        3. Our methodology (primarily driven by interviews, supported by documents)
        4. What we’ve gained personally
        5. Special thanks to our narrators and Max, Susan Cartmell, (Elizabeth) and all the women from the movement/sentimental…
        6. Interviews are archived at the duke library
        7. Our Narrators/Acknowledgements
          1. Gilna Nance
          2. Lorna Chafe
          3. Meri-Li Douglas
          4. Yvonne Pena
          5. Lois Eby
          6. Jaroslav (sp?) Hulka
          7. Susan Bernstein
          8. Connie Winstead
          9. Margie Sved
          10. Brenda Pollard
          11. (Elizabeth Knowlton, Suzi Woodard)
          12. Time line/Background
          13. Abortion
            1. Sterilization mention
            2. Women’s Pavillion
            3. Dr. Hulka
            4. Men
              1. Susan B
              2. Hulka
              3. Gilna
              4. The Segregated South
                1. Yvonne
                2. Meri-Li
                3. Women Run Initiatives
                  1. Hassle House
                  2. Lollipop Power
                  3. Women’s Health Teaching Group
                  4. Durham Women’s Center at the YWCA
                  5. Feminary/Newsletters
                  6. Yvonne’s prison thing
                  7. Multi Media Gallery