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Boycott the Minories: From January 1, 1972 to August 31, 1975, 67 Women Reported Being Raped in Charlottesville. Three Years Ago a University Student Working as a Waitress in One of the "Corner" Bars Was Murdered by a Contemporary Jack the Ripper. ... We Direct Your Attention to the Minories Pub, a Popular New Bar and Restaurant Serving as Monument to the Achievments of Jack the Ripper ... Does ... [The Owner] Perceive That the Humiliation of Women Through Acts of Violence Is Simply the Best Joke in Town?

The Radical Feminist Union, the National Organization of Women
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
[Charlottesville, Va. : Radical Feminist Union, 1975?]
Language
English
Variant Title
From January 1, 1972 to August 31, 1975, 67 women reported being raped in Charlottesville
Nobody knows who Jack the Ripper was
Description
1 sheet ([2] p.) : ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.
Notes
Text on p. [2] begins: "Nobody knows who Jack the Ripper was."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Transferred from the Social Movements Collection, MSS 9430.
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