Dorothy Kenyon (1888-1972): feminist lawyer and judge, participant in 1930s progressive and Popular Front organizations; promoter of
women’s rights through the League of Nations and UN; target of McCarthy charges of communist affiliation; attorney in ACLU and NAACP campaigns for civil liberties and racial equality; creator of legal services for the poor in 1960s.
- Article in the The Woman's Press published by the YWCA, September-October 1949
- "Fundamental Freedoms for All"
- Memorandum from Mrs. Nason: "Illustrations of Conflicts in National Laws," 23 December 1947
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