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Published on Dec 8, 2015
'A Life Well Loved' is a collection of stories, memories and laughs throughout the life of Felice Yeskel. From her early activism against the Viet Nam war in secondary school, through her journey as a feminist and coming out in college, to her finding two organizations for economic justice and class consciousness (United for a Fair Economy and Class Action) in her final years. 'A Life Well Loved' brings together people and footage from many milestones in her life including work with Harvey Milk against the anti-gay Briggs Initiative, Movement for a New Society, Women's Pentagon Action, Seneca Women's Peace Encampment, UMass Amherst Stonewall Center and Achayot Or and more. This film spotlights the amazing life of Felice, honoring her evolution as an activist. ‘A Life Well Loved’ is both inspiring and educational to those who knew her and those who did not. For a limited time you can get a DVD of the film by becoming a monthly donor to Class Action (www.classism.org/donate).