The NGO Forum on Women, held in Hairou, China last September, brought
together more than 20,000 women from 170 countries to discuss progress toward
the goals of Equality, Development and Peace first set out at the UN World
Conference on Women in 1975.
I was lucky enough to attend as part of a delegation from the North Carolina
Council on Women, and I described my experience in an article for Currents,
The Chronicle's monthly magazine.
Impressions of the Conference
Revolution in China
October 11, 1995
I wrote this story for Currents, a monthly magazine at Duke, and I was subsequently blasted as a
communist by the campus conservative newspaper. I'm proud.
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Copyright 2002 Alison Stuebe
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