The crowd at the OSMOS gallery opening of the 1968 Photographs from Bev Grant's Archives spilled out onto the sidewalk.
Cay-Sophie Rabinowitz, (second from left),OSMOS editor-in-chief and co-curator of the show introduced Bev Grant who introduced
Peggy Dobbins, Kathie Amatnik, and Alix Schulman who are in some of Bev Grant's photographs of the Jeannette Rankin Brigade, the Miss America protest, and the W.I.T.C.H. hexing of Wall Street. Shatzi Weisberger is to the left of Cay-Sophie
Cay-Sophie Rabinowitz closed the evening by summoning all guests born since 2000, then all since 1990, and then since 1980 to the center of the gallery to face Grant's photographs of the Movement in 1968 and then to turn and applaud Grant and her cohorts.
The Women Are Coming, a song Nigerian women inspired Grant to write for the Brooklyn Women's Chorus she conducts. The chorus as printed in the Union Song book is an anthem for women's marches everywhere.
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