A letter to the women faculty of KU from the February Sisters addressing their actions of February 4, 1972.
Christine Leonard, in the East Asian Studies building during the occupation, in a robe running down a hall with hand outstretched to the camera.
The building at 1332 Louisiana was occupied by the February Sisters on February 4, 1972.
A timeline of important events leading to and during the development of the Emily Taylor Women's Resource and Career Center
A flyer with events announcing an anniversary film festival in honor of the February Sisters. Includes a two page progress report of what has been accomplished since the occupation of the East Asian building in 1972.
A handout from a February Sisters meeting containing: general announcements, progress on affirmative action at KU, a report from the Autonomous Women's Program Committee, and an outline of the February Sister's ideas for daycare at KU.
A flyer announcing the February Sisters seizure of the East Asian Studies building that was handed out on KU campus during the occupation
A paper by the February Sisters detailing the need for a Women's Studies Department at KU.
A position paper released by the February Sisters concerning the lack of appropriate medical resources for women at the University, with an action plan on how to correct those inequalities.
News release from the KU Senate Executive Committee regarding the February Sisters' occupation of the East Asian Studies building.