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Series I. Early Material [series]:
Material from Bright's activism during her high school career at University High School and early college career in California. Documents detail Bright's work in various organizations, the International Socialists, Teamsters for a Democratic Union, and the Red Tide, that each contributed to the feminist, labor, civil rights, and anti-war movements. Material also covers Bright's experience as a plaintiff suing the Los Angeles Board of Education when University High School administration attempted to prevent the distribution of the Red Tide underground newspaper. This series also includes scripts and drafts of Bright's first plays "Girls Gone Bad" and "Knife, Paper, Scissors."

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Girls Gone Bad
Drafts, news articles, illustrations, notes, brainstorming

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GMHS certificate for Sextoys booth
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Knife, Paper, Scissors
Script, reviews, photographs, notes

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Red Tide (Uni High LA)
Bulletins, flyers, articles, petitions

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Bright vs. Board of Ed (Red Tide censorship battle)
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Red Tide Study Group, LA
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Red Tide LA Police Campaign
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1977-79 Post International Socialists
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Santa Cruz Women Take Back the Night
Flyers, journal entries, meeting notes, articles, programs

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FPS-A Magazine of Young People's Liberation
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International Socialists Folk Song Book
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International Socialists Faction Fight
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Red Tide Detroit
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Red Tide security
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Red Tide/CCSC Bay Area notes
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Red Tide internal documents
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Detroit Red Tide/International Socialists internal documents
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Detroit Red Tide public documents-flyers, events
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Red Tide LA
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Red Tide articles by Bright, drafts
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Response to Anita Bryant's Save Our Children campaign
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International Socialists Louisville Branch
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Dead Tide
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Photographs
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International Socialists Faction Fight
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Teamsters for a Democratic Union/UPSurge
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Susie Bright's print work with International Socialists