FEMINIST ARCHIVE: My Lai, Sexual Assault and the Black Blouse Girl: Forty-Five Years Later, One of America’s Most Iconic Photos Hides Truth in Plain Sight

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Sometimes feminist work is far too important to be lost to commercial devouring. This article, by Valerie Wieskamp, from 2013, is one such article, that I am preserving here (as faithfully as possible).

The article appears to be originally published on a site called bagnewsnotes.com—which is the linked-to site on the academia.edu page for the article. The bagnewsnotes link now bounces to a site called readingthepictures.org, which has recently become ‘subscriber only’ to read the article without annoying sign-up box covering most of the page. I suspect it is only a matter of time before the readingthepictures site goes behind a paywall.

As this work is too valuable to be locked away, and was not originally published on the site now controlling access, I am preserving the work as an archive. Comments will be off. You can still read some of the original comments from the archive of…

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