The beginning of this tape is a duplicate of BC13-58_SFAudio_116 (Bella Abzug's opening remarks for the Scholar and Feminist XI). Following this, the tape features Penelope (Penny) Andrews presenting her research on the necessity of women's involvement to create tangible political change–– specifically in relation to the history U.S. of presidential elections. On the B side of this tape, Motlalepula Chabaku speaks on US and Israeli support of violence in South Africa. This portion of the tape is a continuation of BC13-58_SFAudio_133 and BC13-58_SFAudio_134. This recording is followed by BC13-58_SFAudio_136. Papers presented or name of session: "You Have Struck a Rock" (film); "South African Laws"; "Women's Resistance in the Fifties"; "Forms of Organization".