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Save the Date!  11/19/2012

  Join Kate Millett and friends at the November 19th celebration of the exhibit, Celebrating Women: The First National   

  Women’s Conference and the NY State Women’s Meeting, to be shown at the offices of Manhattan Borough President 

  Scott Stringer, 1 Centre Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10007 during the month of November 2012.   The exhibit will

  feature photographs by Diana Mara Henry.

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November 5, 2012:  Kate participates in a documentary film, a book and exhibition about her life and work.

  Swedish Artists and Filmmakers, Moa and Mikaela Krestesen return to New York with their collaborators to continue to

  document Kate’s life and work in a project initiated in 2010 and supported by grants from the Konstnarsnamnden, a   

  Swedish Government institution.  The project is a multi-media portrait of Kate and reflects on Kate’s life and lifework. A

  number of questions are raised, such as: who is allowed to become a hero? What happened to the political ideals of the

  1960’s and 70’s? How do we relate to solidarity and the communal today? As part of the project, the artists have invited 

  artist/musician Jenny Wilson and documentary filmmaker Fredrik Redelius to expand the portrait of Kate Millett. Through

  this and future collaborations, they hope to overcome boundaries of genre, and open cross-generational discussions.

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Kate receives several awards for her work as an artist, writer and human rights advocate:


  The Yoko Ono Lennon Courage Award for the Arts was presented by Yoko Ono to Kate at MoMa on February 26, 2012. 

  Read more....


  The 2012 Award for Visual Arts: The Foundation of Contemporary Arts was presented to Kate on March 16, 2012 in NYC


  The LAMBDA Pioneer Award for Literature was presented to Kate on June 4, 2012 in NYC. Read more....

  On June 24, 2012, Kate was honored for her life and work in a multi-media event, sponsored by The Veteran Feminists of 

  America. Read more....


  Kate and her colleagues at Mind Freedom, have been singled out by the United Nations for their work in co-authoring the

  International Charter for Human Rights for People With Disabilities.  The Charter was ratified within a time frame that broke

  all records at the United Nations.


  The University of Minnesota, where Kate earned her BA degree in 1956, honored Kate on March 29, 2012 with a Notable

  Acheivement Award.


  Recently, Kate was honored by her college, St. Hilda's, at Oxford University where in 1956, she was the first American

  woman in their long history to receive a first class honors degree.  Kate's feminist library was recently transfered from her

  loft on East 4th Street to Oxford University.

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