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Co-conspirator for JusticeThe Revolutionary Life of Dr. Alan Berkman$
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Susan M. Reverby

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781469656250

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.5149/northcarolina/9781469656250.001.0001

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Creating Life, Choosing Love

Creating Life, Choosing Love

(p.101) 7 Creating Life, Choosing Love
Co-conspirator for Justice

Susan M. Reverby

University of North Carolina Press

Berkman’s political group increasingly saw armed struggle as the way to revolutionary activity. Agreeing to help a lesbian comrade, Zeller asked Berkman to donate his sperm. Nine months later Judy Clark’s daughter Harriet was born. Berkman’s role in her creation was kept secret. Barbara Zeller moved to Chicago to do more solidarity political work with militant Puerto Rican groups, as their daughter Sarah moved back and forth. And then Berkman began a relationship to his comrade Dana Biberman.

Keywords:   Armed struggle, Sperm donation, Puerto Rican militants, Solidarity work

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