"THE story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights" - Gloria Steinem “The soldiers came to our house, and started ...
To the women’s rights activists Ruchira Gupta and Gloria Steinem, the bright, hopeful youths from the red-light district illustrate the need to follow Gandhi’s standard of making a difference in the life of the weakest. FULL ARTICLE AT Opinion
SCOTT STAFFORD, Berkshire Eagle NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- The patriarchal system took one on the chin Tuesday night when Gloria Steinem spoke to a capacity crowd at MCLA. Steinem, a singular figure in the campaign for equal rights for women and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Bennington Banner
"THE story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights" - Gloria Steinem “The soldiers came to our house, and started ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
I was pretty excited to learn that someone as famous as GLORIA STEINEM was coming to speak at the college in North Adams; normally we don't receive such ROAMING ELITES. But what would this feminist icon be talking about ... FULL ARTICLE AT Bennington Banner
Not that the world's premier female superhero makes any direct appearances in the world premiere that opened Tuesday at Marin Theatre Company, but aspects of her infuse the generations of feminists who inspired and were inspired by her in ... FULL ARTICLE AT San Francisco Chronicle
Jane Fonda has been crying -- and fleeting time may be to blame. In a new, emotional blog post aptly titled "Crying," the 76-year-old actress explains how emotional she has been over the last few months. Most recently, while at the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Huffington Post
Paul Bedard Hollywood executives, many of whom supported President Obama’s claim that the GOP is engaged in a “war on women,” are overseeing an entertainment industry that shuts women out of key roles, director and producer positions and even ... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Examiner
Gloria Steinem said, "The most important thing we can do as women is speak up in meetings." Asking questions is directly connected to that philosophy. Part of the problem that keeps women from rising through the ranks, attaining seats on ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Huffington Post
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Gloria Marie Steinem (born March 25, 1934) is an American feminist icon, journalist, and social and political activist.
Rising to national prominence as a feminist leader in 1969, Steinem was a founder of New York magazine in the 1960s and broke ground in 1963 with an undercover report of how the women of Playboy were treated. In the 1970s she became a leading political leader and one of the most... Full
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