From Anne Hazlewood-Brady Papers, 1958-2001, MWWC
Anne, a poet and a writer graduated from Vassar in 1946. In 1969 she joined the feminist movement in New York after raising five sons. As an active independent she co-founded the New York Women's Center in 1970. Later, as a member of the planning committee of the Strike for Equality she came up with the $1,000 for the Strike office and helped organize the march and other events and wrote the beautiful, "We Took to the Streets Like a River," which commemorates the Strike for Equality march. In 1971 she moved to Maine where she registered as a lobbyist for the ERA (which passed in ME in 1973). She attended the International Women's Year Conference in Mexico City in 1976 and was a delegate to the National Women's Conference in Houston in 1977.
She is a founder of Maine Women in the Arts and was poetry editor of Maine Life from 1979 to 1985. The author of six books of poetry, she also wrote "Matriot/Patriot" for Catherine East.