Gloria Steinem
Speech:

Speech to Naval Academy

Speaker:

Gloria Steinem / Dorothy Pitman Hughes

By 1972, Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes had toured together for two years as a dynamic speaking duo, lecturing on the Women’s Liberation movement. The interracial pair hoped to galvanize grassroots support for the movement and to help establish feminism as intersectional and mainstream. On May 4, 1972, however, the pair faced an audience…  Read more.
Dorothy Pitman Hughes
Speech:

Women’s Liberation

Speaker:

Gloria Steinem / Dorothy Pitman Hughes

In the late 1960s, Gloria Steinem was a contributing columnist for New York magazine and an emerging activist living in New York City. Dorothy Pitman Hughes was a children’s rights advocate who also lived in New York City’s upper west side. Their partnership formed when Steinem interviewed Pitman Hughes for an article on childcare.  Read more.
Speech:

The Problems, Programs, and Trends Affecting Senior Citizens

Speaker:

Ollie A. Randall

Ollie A. Randall was a prolific writer, orator, and leader, who spent the majority of her career working with marginalized populations, including women, widows, and the elderly. Randall was an advocate for women’s rights, a social worker, and the head of the Women’s Division of the Emergency Work and Relief Bureau. Most notably, she was…  Read more.