A commentary by Norwich's Liz Blum
"We were commune dwellers, anti-war and civil rights activists, radical students, academics, and local food co-op organizers, both Vermont-born and not. It was a turbulent era, in which we rejected the status quo of our childhoods, and searched for - or created – new definitions of community."
So begins a recently aired commentary by Norwich's Liz Blum on Vermont Public Radio's "Counterculture Women in Vermont" series. Click here to listen to the full commentary.