Gerda Lerner, who fled Nazi persecution [in reality, she was a member of the “anti-Nazi resistance”] in her native Austria and became a noted authority on U.S. women’s history, has died at age 92.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported Lerner died Wednesday night in Madison. The cause of death was not provided.
Lerner was a founding member of the National Organization for Women in the 1960s and established the doctorate program in U.S. women’s history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the 1980s.
Lerner, born Kronstein, married the Jewish Communist Carl Lerner, who made the anti-White movie “Black like me”.
Jews practically invented the subversive ideology of feminism. For example, on the “Jewish Women’s Archive“, you will find that: “Jewish women have played key roles in building and advancing the modern American women’s movement” – here you will also, using the “timeline” feature, explore how “Jewish feminists worked to transform American society” during the so-called Second Wave of feminism.
In this list on Wikipedia of Jewish feminists you will find many of the most influential feminists, like Bella Abzug, Judith Butler, Andrea Dworkin, Shulamith Firestone, Betty Friedan, Susan Sontag and Gloria Steinem.