Smithsonian Magazine: How Should We Archive the Soundtrack to 1970s Feminism?

Smithsonian Magazine: How Should We Archive the Soundtrack to 1970s Feminism?. “As the historian of Olivia Records, a trailblazing all-women’s recording label that emerged from this movement, I am intimately aware that the artists and producers that were on the forefront of this distinctive cultural turning point are now approaching their 70s, as are many of their earliest fans. With samples of now-historic album art and vinyl beginning to become objects of interest for researchers and the public-at-large, the question becomes: how should Olivia should be remembered, collected and exhibited for those unfamiliar with its legacy?”

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