The Lisabeth Hush collection on sex discrimination against women spans the years circa 1973 to 1993
(bulk mid-1970s) and encompasses one linear foot. The collection is comprised of material generated and
collected by Hush concerning the employment of women in the film industry. There are files on affirmative
action, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Women's Coalition with material including correspondence,
handwritten notes, government pamphlets, legal documents, and statistical surveys. There is material
regarding a Learning Annex class (not taught by Hush) on script analysis, circa 1993.
Lisabeth Hush, born Barbara Hush, is an American actress active in film from 1960 to 1973. In the mid-
1970s she filed complaints against the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and employers in the motion picture
industry for sex discrimination against women. She went on to serve on SAG's Statistical Sub-Committee of
the Women's Conference Committee.
1 linear feet of papers.
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