In Sisterhood: the Women’s Movement in Pittsburgh is an oral history and multimedia project designed to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of an inspiring aspect of the region’s history and to highlight how progress was achieved through the hard work and determination of a diverse group of local grassroots activists.

In Sisterhood: the Women’s Movement in Pittsburgh is an oral history and multimedia project designed to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of an inspiring aspect of the region’s history and to highlight how progress was achieved through the hard work and determination of a diverse group of local grassroots activists.
  • Pat Ulbrich viewing the Hard Hatted Women multimedia exhibit at CALU’s Manderino Library GalleryHeather Arnet, Jessie Ramey, Pat Ulbrich & Lisa Terault at the History of the Women’s Movement Panel, PA Bar Association Annual ConferenceLisa Terault, Jessie Ramey and Pat Ulbrich, panelists, with Lilly Ledbetter, keynote speaker at the PA Bar Association Annual Conference
  • In Sisterhood: the Women’s Movement in Pittsburgh©, 1967-1989, is an oral history and multimedia project designed to promote a deeper understanding and appreciation of an inspiring aspect of the region’s history and to highlight how progress was achieved through the hard work and determination of a diverse group of local grassroots activists.


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    HARD HATTED WOMEN

    A multimedia exhibit featuring influential leaders in the Pittsburgh region’s labor movement during the 1970s and 1980s.


    The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh is the fiscal sponsor of In Sisterhood: The Women's Movement in Pittsburgh

    The YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh is the fiscal sponsor of
    In Sisterhood: The Women's Movement in Pittsburgh©

  • Anita Fine

    Anita Fine

    Anita Fine

    Anita Fine (b. 1935) was raised in New York City and graduated from the Columbia University School of Social Work.  Anita married Daniel Fine, a physician, in 1954 and they became “co-acti …

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  • September 10, 1969 – Gerald Gardner filed a formal complaint on behalf of the Greater Pittsburgh Area Chapter of NOW against the Pittsburgh Press for continuing to publish “help wanted” ads separately for women and men after the sex discrimination was banned in Pittsburgh. » Continue Reading