Betty Friedan

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United States feminist who founded a national organization for women (born in 1921)

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Paralelamente ao evento oficial, acontecia a Tribuna Internacional, da qual participavam organizacoes feministas "nao oficiais, algumas bastante radicais", como Betty Friedan.
Essa abordagem sera dividida em duas partes: na primeira, apontarei os principais pontos discutidos por Heleieth Saffioti no livro que da a publico seu trabalho; na segunda, tratarei de um inimigo comum que aproxima Saffioti de Simone de Beauvoir e Betty Friedan, duas mulheres centrais do feminismo da epoca.
Mencken, birth control advocate Margaret Sanger, and feminists Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem.
APHA presented the Presidential Citation to Betty Friedan, women's rights advocate and Founder of the National Organization for Women, and Eula Hall, Director, Mud Creek Health Project.
Which congresswoman founded the National Women's Political Caucus with Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem?
The Feminine Mystique', Betty Friedan (50 Years): This book ask a woman to get away from the urban ennui and find life beyond her family and kids.
A inicios de la decada de 1960, en Estados Unidos, Betty Friedan cuestiono a profundidad el estilo de vida, trabajo y familia de la esposa educada de la clase media, desenmascarando dichos fenomenos como injustos, desiguales, absurdos y destructivos.
But in 1963, Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique, which explored the idea that many women were unhappy in the role of housewife.
There used to be a Women's Club, and it could attract a crowd of 50 to see the feminist icon Betty Friedan give a speech.
In the last few years, feminism has lost several leaders with Jewish backgrounds--including, notably, Betty Friedan, Andrea Dworkin, Rita Arditti, and--just last month--Adrienne Rich.
In The Feminine Mystique, Jewish-raised Betty Friedan struck out against a postwar American culture that pressured women to play the role of subservient housewives.
At one point, Coontz states that "long before a slightly younger generation of women coined the phrase 'the personal is political,' Betty Friedan used that concept" to empower readers to make changes in their lives.
Forty years ago today, Betty Friedan and thousands of fellow feminists took to the streets of New York for the Women's Strike for Equality.
Indeed, Betty Friedan herself was engaged in left-wing activism in the 1930s and 1940s, and that activism shaped her political engagements in the 1950s and 1960s, as contributor Daniel Horowitz's influential biography has shown.
Rita Mae Brown to Time on getting kicked out of the National Organization for Women by Betty Friedan