The records of AFA's parent association, the American Anthropological Association, are also held at the National Anthropological Archives.
The Association for Feminist Anthropology (AFA) is a section of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). It was formed in 1988 to sponsor and coordinate panels presented at AAA meetings and support a variety of efforts within the AAA to promote equity, inclusiveness, and human rights. The following working commissions were established and form the central interests of the association: Women's Body Control (later renamed Women's Reproductive Rights and Bodily Autonomy); Women and Human Rights; and Gender and the Curriculum. Voices is the official journal of the association and is published annually.
Deposited at the National Anthropological Archives by the Association for Feminist Anthropology.
Accession 2010-27 is organized chronologically by year with materials for each year divided into the following categories: AFA Business, AAA Program Correspondence; Abstracts/Proposals for Sessions/Papers; Budget Reports; AFA Awards
These records consist of correspondence between AFA members, reports on meetings and projects, budget reports, committee reports, lists of officers and members, conference abstracts and papers, award submissions and applications, surveys, and photographs.
Association for Feminist Anthropology records, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, Maryland
A black and white photograph of Audre Lorde. She is featured standing, facing the camera with her hands in her pockets. The back of the photograph has caption information at center and the number  in the top left corner.