Roma Guy (1942-) is a social justice advocate and founding member of the San Francisco Women's Building. Jean Crosby was a
founding member of the San Francisco Women's Centers. This collection contains writings and materials collected by Roma Guy
during her work and activist activities in San Francisco from the 1960s-1970s. Also included is correspondence and material
from San Francisco Women's Center co-founder Jean Crosby. Materials include clippings, publications, essays, play scripts,
meeting notes, audio tapes, ephemera and bibliographies collected by both Guy and Crosby.
Roma Guy was born in Maine in 1942 and received her undergraduate degree in sociology and history from the University of Maine.
She received her Master's in Social Work from Wayne State University. Guy was a co-founder of the San Francisco Women's Building,
a women-owned community center established in 1979 that aims to facilitate and participate in the collective strength of women
working towards a non-oppressive society.
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