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However, I was a Links debutante. I wore three hairpieces and a white dress. Other girls in the cotillion were the daughters of the doctors, lawyers, and probably the undertakers, and so people like my mother always talked about the rich dentist like that was his name. So, financially speaking, we were not in that class. There was more focus on the arts and literature and those things in my family and less so on furs. The church is really not a very big thing to me and I really don’t remember people talking about it very much.

Boston, which was notorious for its poor treatment of Blacks with the busing situation, a Black attorney stabbed with an American flag, and an attack on a Black high school football player, reflected the social climate in its major newspaper, the Boston Globe. The January 30, 1979 edition of the Globe noted the discovery of the 30 BLACK FEMINIST POLITICS—KENNEDY TO CLINTON bodies of the first two murder victims, then unidentified, on page 30 beside the racing forms. ” Caren Prater’s death, on February 6, finally warranted a small block on the front page, followed by a confusing article about community outrage and police resources.

So I did not think of the women who I thought of as feminists, intellectuals, or writers or any of that kind of thing to have come from a very strong religious background. Connected to the Northeastern Collective through people she had known in Chicago, Ritchie met Demita Frazier at a Chicago Lesbian Liberation meeting when she was in her late teens. When Demita Frazier and another member, Linda Powell, moved to the East Coast, Ritchie was doing temp work, which she realized that she could do anywhere.

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