Interviews & other sources

interviews &
other sources

Published sources, interviews, and exhibits about Dawson

Dawson (front, second from left) in Yorkshire with U.S. delegation of miners,  1987.

Photo: “The News Line, June 20, 1987,” Kipp Dawson Papers, Box 6, Folder 17

Kipp Dawson holds a picket sign that says "AMWA Supports PATCO all the way" and wears a shirt that says "Women Miners can dig it too!" A reporter with a video camera stands in front of her, shooting footage of Dawson.
Dawson speaking to a reporter about striking air traffic controllers (PATCO), September 1981.

Photo: Courtesy of Kipp Dawson

Dawson (front, second from left) in Yorkshire with U.S. delegation of miners,  1987.

Photo: “The News Line, June 20, 1987,” Kipp Dawson Papers, Box 6, Folder 17

Benzing, Jeffrey. Who Gets to Be Considered ‘gifted’ in Pittsburgh Schools? Too Few Black Girls.” PublicSource. March 16, 2017.

Blackstock, Nelson. COINTELPRO: The FBI’s Secret War on Political Freedom. Pathfinder Press, 1975.

Dawson, Kipp. The Power of Women United.” Against the Current May/June, no. 134 (2008).

Dawson, Kipp, Zoe Levine, Lou Martin, Claire Rhode. Death of a Jewish Radical in Erie, 1922.” Battle of Homestead Foundation, May 20, 2022.

Dawson, Kipp, Shaun Slifer, Joe Uehlein, and Veronica Coptis. Power Beyond Extraction: A Buried History.” Carnegie Museum of Art & Natural History, October 24, 2019.

Evans, Leslie. Outsider’s Reverie: A Memoir. Second. Los Angeles, CA: Independently published, 2019.

Gildea, Robert. Backbone of the Nation: Mining Communities and the Great Strike of 1984-85. Yale University Press, 2023.

Halstead, Fred. Out Now; A Participant’s Account of the American Movement Against the Vietnam War. Second. Monad Press, 1979.

Hicks, Jordan, and Amanda Waltz. How a Program Showing Movies to Teens Aims to Help Them Find Their Inner ‘Changemaker.’ PublicSource. January 22, 2020.

Hood, Abby Lee. Women Miners Work to Record a More Complete History of 1980s Labor Strikes.” The Daily Yonder, September 6, 2021.

Jones, Mike. Local Miners Attend Battle of Blair Mountain Centennial Event in W.Va.” Observer-Reporter. September 9, 2021.

Landau, Ann Dawson. “Yom Kippur.” In Different Daughters: A Mothers of Lesbians, edited by Louise Rafkin, 1st edition. Cleis Press, 1987.

Levine, Zoe, and Claire Rhode. The Death of a Jewish Radical in a Divided America,” 2019.

Mellera, Marty. Paper Labels ‘Red Dupes.’” Daily Gater. May 9, 1967.

Montgomery, Ed. “‘Anti-Viet War Fund’ Solicited From UC Profs.” The San Francisco Examiner. March 15, 1967.

Moore, Marat. Women in the Mines: Stories of Life and Work. 1st edition. New York : London: Twayne Pub, 1996.

Papp, Evans Matthew. Voices from the Centennial March to Blair Mountain – Organized by the United Mine Workers of America.” Empathy Media Lab, September 9, 2021.

Ring, Harry, and Lew Jones. “Political Exclusion in Student Mobilization.” The Militant, May 31, 1968.

Rockett, Darcell. 20 Years Later, Story of Colorism and Self-Worth in ‘The Skin I’m In’ Still Resonates with Educators, Students.” Chicago Tribune, August 23, 2018.

State’s Socialists Name Candidates.” The New York Times, January 23, 1970.

The Brainwaves Video Anthology. Kipp Dawson – From Coal Mine to Classroom, 2016.

The Brainwaves Video Anthology. Kipp Dawson – Teachers Make a Difference, 2016.

Ulbrich, Patricia. Chatham Feminist Activists Exhibit. In Sisterhood Project, 2019.

Ulbrich, Patricia. Hard Hatted Women Exhibit. In Sisterhood Project, 2016.

Veteran Feminists of America, Pioneer Histories Project. Kipp Dawson Interview, April 2023.

West Virginia Mine Wars Museum, Mine Wars Forum with Kipp Dawson, Marat Moore, Libby Lindsay, and Jessie Wilkerson (Season 3, Episode 4, March 16, 2022).

Zinn Education Project. April 15, 1967: Massive Anti-Vietnam War Demonstrations.”