Colette Shulman for the Harriman Institute's Oral History Project

Thursday, September 26, 2019

"It started out as just a small mimeographed newsletter, then expanded...It was distributed under the radar of the mafia over there, five thousand copies that were literally packaged by volunteers in Moscow and sent in packets of fifty or a hundred, to cities all over the Soviet Union," Colette Shulman on founding a magazine for Soviet women with Katrina vanden Heuvel (former editor of The Nation). Read the interview.