Vancouver: Georgia Straight, 1971. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, news, interviews, opinion, events, want ads, local ads, illustrations, comics, review, faint stain that bleeds through several pages, lightly-worn edges and small cracks on main crease newsprint with color cover. Not listed separately in OCLC, but found in Simon Fraser University archives.
"A group of women have occupied the Georgia Straight office. They were outraged by the cover of our Easter issue which depicted a naked man being crucified on the pubis of a naked woman and by the fact that one of the headlines beside the drawing referred to the Indochinese women who were in Vancouver last week for a conference...the women feel that much of the on a continuous basis is sexist..." Inside cover. Contents include Black liberation struggles' intersection with feminism, comics, May Day celebrations, and Vietnam.