Title: The "La Luz" Journal
Author: Juana Maria Paz [Jean Gonzalez]
Description: Staple-bound in card covers. Light wear. Unmarked. 109 pp. 8.5 x 7 inches.
Personal chronicle by the Puerto Rican lesbian separatist Juana Maria Paz (aka Jean Gonzalez), documenting her journey in intentional communities as lesbian, feminist, and person of color. La Luz de la Lucha was a lesbian separatist community of the 1980's that was established in Arkansas. The chronicle begins in January 1978 and the last entry is from December 1980; she travels and documents her observations from Oregon (on the OWL Farm (Oregon Womyn's Land), California (UC Santa Cruz), and Arkansas.
Binding: Staple bound soft cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Paz Press
Place: [Fayetteville, Arkansas]
Keywords: lesbian, Lesbian Herstory Archives, lesbian land movement, feminism, womyn, Puerto Rican, Latina, Latinx, Boricua, intentional communities, Arkansas, Oregon, lesbian separatists, lesbians of color, Sassafras, womyn's land, OWL Farm (Oregon Womyn's Land), Limesaddle, counterculture,
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