The Portland Mercury, “Once Upon a Time in Queer Oregon”

Never one to shy away from radical causes, Equi battled Portland cops in the streets, protested World War I, started identifying as an Anarchist Revolutionary, and was consequently imprisoned in San Quentin for a year on charges of sedition. That didn’t keep her from experiencing the pleasures of life and romance, including a bit of a fling with colleague Margaret Sanger.

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