Nancy Bieberman

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Nancy Bieberman - Anti-War Activist

Nancy Biberman. Second Thoughts. With Tom Hayden and Mark Rudd, Nancy Biberman was a Barnard college participant in the April 1968 student occupation of buildings at Columbia University in protests of the Vietnam War. In the Burns film, she asks forgiveness for calling veterans “baby killers”, which leftists typically say never happened.[1] At a 40th Anniversary event, “Columbia 1968 & the World,” Biberman proudly admitted she participated in the 1968 occupation of the buildings at Columbia University.”[2] Nancy Biberman has worked for thirty years as an advocate of affordable housing, community development, and voter registration of the poor New in York. She is president of Women's Housing & Economic Development Corporation.

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  1. See: Sociologist Jerry Lembcke, The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and the Legacy of Vietnam.
  2. http://urbanomnibus.net/2013/04/restoring-pride-of-place-a-conversation-with-nancy-biberman/the occupation story was recounted by Nancy Biberman.