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      Practices of Radical Health Care
Materials of the Health Movement of the Seventies and Eighties
Feminist Health Care Research Group
(Julia Bonn/ Inga Zimprich)

      The publication Practices of Radical Health Care - Materials of the Health Movement of the seventies and eighties was realized with the financial support of Gerda-Weiler-foundation (www.gerda-weiler-stiftung.de) for feminist women*s research and M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung.

      The exhibition project Practices of Radical Health Care - Materials of the Health Movement of West-Berlin during the Seventies and Eighties was funded by the Senate Chancellery - Cultural Affairs Berlin, Stiftung Menschenwürde und Arbeitswelt (foundation human dignity and working world) and M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung. This publication was self-published by Feminist Healthcare Research Group, Berlin 2019

      Editing: Julia Bonn, Inga Zimprich
      Design: Inga Zimprich
      Research 2018/2019: Julia Bonn, Inga Zimprich
      Research 2016/2017: Julia Bonn, Alice Münch, Inga Zimprich
      Collages: Inga Zimprich
      Transcript: Sönke Hallmann
      Translation: Julia Bonn, Jörg Theis
      Proofreading: Sönke Hallmann (DE), Kiona Hagen Niehaus,
      Harley Aussoleil (EN)
      Print: Bildungswerkstätten der LSV Berlin

      This publication summarizes the research of the Feminist Health Care Research Group that was also shown in the exhibition Practices of Radical Health Care at District Berlin and M.1 of Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung.

      We would like to thank the protagonists of the Health Movement for the relationship that we built, for the sharing of knowledge, ideas and documents, and for the humor and encouragement: Ulf, Barbara, Monika, Christine, Polina, Gabriele, Joan, Aja, Dagmar, Christoph, Alf, Rina.

      We would like to thank Alice Münch for our collaboration.

We would like to thank the participants of workshops, our visitors, dialogue partners, colleagues, and friends we have met while doing this work, and for the exchange, openness, and encouragement they offered.

      We would like to thank the individuals and institutions who supported us during this long-term process: our production team, Eva Storms, Laura G. Jones, Willow Abernathy, Fran Breden, Jan Tontschew; the team at District Berlin, Johanna Ekenhorst, Suza Husse, Luisa Jürgens, Andrea Keppler, Maria Josephina Making; the team of M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung, Joerg Franzbecker, Jörg Hischke, Ulrike Boskamp, Bettina Kruse, Claudia Dorfmüller, Daniela Mandel, Bettina Steinleitner; the HeileHaus; the FFBIZ; Stiftung M und A; den LSV Bildungswerkstätten, and alpha nova & galerie futura.

      Inga would like to thank: Sönke Hallmann, Echo Hallmann, Roman Zimprich, Gabi Zimprich. Gabi and Sabine (Miki Kita) for looking after our child. Thanks to Clay AD, Romily Alice Walden, Fee Grabow, Katrin Dinges, Fran Breden, Laura G Jones, Zofia nierodszinska and the other members of Sickness Affinity Group for the support, attention, and encouragement. Thanks to Kati Ivanovic, Julia Bonn, Nadine Milzner, Gino Althöfer, Andi Jäger, Kenan Darwich, Cornelia Durka, and my former F*ORT group.
     For Echo.

      Julia would like to thank Jörg, Raphael and Maxi, Gesine Bonn, Anna-Lena Wenzel, Anna Hartung, Annette Frauendorf and Hanna Nordqvist, Inga Zimprich, Alice Münch, the members of Sickness Affinity Group, and Kiona Hagen Niehaus.