click pic for some of BEV GRANT'S PHOTOGRAPHS of Black Panthers, Young Lords, Jeannette Rankin Brigade, March Against Imperialist War, Poor People's March, Robert Kennedy Assassination, Miss America protest, Coney Island, Revolutionary Cuba and more
click pic to see more about BEV GRANT, SINGER, SONG WRITER. I picked this photo of her with Gene Hicks and Minique Flambeau. aka Jerry Miknik, at a reunion of the Human Condition because 'tho I've always known her (since 1967) as one of the founders of the Women's Liberation Movement, and followed her as the creator and producer of WE WERE THERE performed by women members of local labor unions, and the Brooklyn Women's Chorus, which proves everyone CAN sing, she was also the lead singer and manager of Human Condition for which the technical director was Karen Miknik. The other musicians and singers who backed up her introducing militant feminism into rock and roll and world music were males. This may have been because one of her first songs was Charlie's Song, which some feminists found too compassionate.
updated Aug 27,2021 Now back in Atlanta. Working with Donna Stephens as member of Chattahoochee Brick Company Descendants Coalition she spearheads and Board of FFRN (Fund For Reparations Now, composed of whites in different parts of US who raise funds for reparation projects authenticated as reparation and assigned to us by NAARC (National African American Reparation Commission, pending passage of H.R. 40. Please feel free to use anything on my site and I'll be honored if you do; but if you do, please cite Peggy Dobbins and include a link to peggydobbins.net