This article grew out of the keynote address that I gave at the 50th anniversary conference of the Association for Women in Psychology, the leading feminist psychology organization in the world. In it I review my own personal history with AWP, and then discuss some of the innovations that feminists brought to psychology that have now become so thoroughly integrated into psychology’s mainstream that their feminist roots have become obscured. I discuss future directions for feminist psychology and AWP.
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Brown, L.S. (2019). Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Association for Women in Psychology: A life in feminist psychology: A long and interesting journey from Ft. Wayne to Newport. Sex Roles 81, 647-655.