Laura Lovett’s new biography of Dorothy Pitman Hughes is a fascinating read for anyone wanting to know more about the iconic feminist, as well as Black feminist organizing and interracial feminist collaboration in the U.S. women’s movement—a history we should know.
Taymor’s film about Steinem—”The Glorias”—shows the complexities of many different yet united women, who form the backbone of a movement for peace, freedom and equality.
“We have to recognize that the voting booth is the only place on earth where we are equal,” states Gloria Steinem in her recent call to action.
“He is beyond any possible rational consideration.”
In a new episode of PBS NewsHour’s Facebook Watch show “That Moment When,” Ms. co-founder Gloria Steinem looks back on her activist career—and remembers the abortion that “catapulted” her into feminism.
“Happy Birthday, Gloria, and may the torch you lit and continue to carry burn brightly forever!”
“The chance to immerse myself in this project and deepen my understanding of Gloria’s life and work has been completely life-altering.”
Stepping into Daryl Roth Theatre, just steps from Union Square, now feels like stepping into a feminist time machine.
Behind every great woman… is another great woman. Kate Hodges traces Gloria Steinem’s path to being a feminist pioneer—and the women she met along the way.
An Ohio abortion clinic that was dangerously close to ceasing services will continue providing abortions thanks to activist pressure—including efforts by Ms. co-founder Gloria Steinem.