GOODFRIEND, Audrey (New-York, 14 novembre 1920 - San Francisco, 19 janvier 2013)

Lifelong anarchist, she contributed to the anarchist journal Why ? and the pacifist movement. She was also engaged in the cooperative movement, was in relation with the "Beatnicks" in the 1960s, was one of the founders of the Walden School in Berkeley, and later played theater and also appeared in a film documentary on Emma Goldman.


2000 Mai. Congrès de Venise. "L’anarchiste et le juif, histoire d’une rencontre"

Compte-rendu de Freddy Gomez de l’ouvrage "L’anarchico e l’ebreo, storia di un incontro". Textes rassemblés et présentés par Amedeo Bertolo (...)

SOLOMON, Sidney (Pogost, Bekarus, Dec. 8, 1911-New York, 2004)

Excerpted from Anarchist Voices; an oral history of anarchism in America, by Paul Avrich (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, (...)

GOODFRIEND, Audrey. A Biography

Audrey was born in the Bronx, the northernmost borough of New York City, on November 19,1920. Her parents were both Jewish anarchists, who (...)