Maxine Wolfe

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Why Is Maxine Wolfe Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Maxine Wolfe is an American activist for AIDS, civil rights, lesbian rights, and reproductive rights, among other related areas. Education Education was not a priority in the working-class Jewish immigrant household of Wolfe's childhood. She attended Brooklyn College in the late 1950s and early 1960s, starting at age 16 and graduating at age 19. It was here that her political interest was sparked, and she worked on economic and civil rights issues with the Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality . Wolfe went on to obtain her masters and PhD in psychology. Wolfe is Professor Emerita in Psychology from the Graduate Center, CUNY.

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