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Ziwe Puts Karens and White Feminism on Blast, Turns to Fran Lebowitz and Gloria Steinem for Answers

Fran Lebowitz and Gloria Steinem are not Karens. And they are not among the 55 percent of white women who voted for Trump in 2020, either. But in the same way that people of color are sometimes asked to explain the misdeeds of their brethren, the eponymous host of Ziwe (Showtime’s new chat and sketch show debuting Sunday at 11/10c) challenges the feminist thought leaders to break down white women’s racial privilege. Their answers, in turn, create a back-and-forth that is sometimes funny, occasionally awkward and always thought-provoking.
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Playreading Explores Script About Life of Gloria Steinem

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage currently has an exhibit called Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dedicated to the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice, a feminist icon who was devoted to human rights and civil rights. As part of the programming around the exhibit, Interplay...
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NOW-NYC & Gloria Steinem Endorse Tali Farhadian Weinstein for Manhattan District Attorney

April 8, 2021 – New York, NY – Today, citing the breadth of her experience as a federal and local prosecutor, her commitment to criminal justice reform, and her detailed plans to transform the office’s response to gender-based violence, Gloria Steinem and the National Organization for Women – New York City (NOW-NYC) announced their endorsement of Tali Farhadian Weinstein for Manhattan District Attorney.
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Gloria Steinem, Halle Berry, more than 400 feminist leaders sign GLAAD open letter for transgender day of visibility

Black transgender activist Raquel Willis partnered with GLAAD to pen an open letter on the Transgender Day of Visibility. More than 465 "feminist leaders" signed the letter, including Laverne Cox, Wanda Sykes, Megan Rapinoe and dozens of other celebrities. The letter brings attention to anti-trans violence, especially targeting Black transgender...
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GLAAD, Raquel Willis Release Open Letter On Transgender Day Of Visibility; Gloria Steinem, Regina King, Laverne Cox, Gabrielle Union Among Signatories

March 31 marks the final day of Women’s History Month and it is also Transgender Day of Visibility. To mark this occasion and further strengthen the voices of the trans community, GLAAD released an open letter signed by over 190 feminist leaders in advocacy, business, entertainment, media, politics, and social justice standing in solidarity with transgender women and girls.
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The Reason Rose Byrne Almost Turned Down the Role of Gloria Steinem in 'Mrs. America' and Rose Byrne Reveals Most Annoying Question She Gets From Fans: ‘I’m Going To Snap’

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The Glorias — Julianne Moore in an ambitious portrait of Gloria Steinem and Julianne Moore looks incredibly youthful in gorgeous freckled selfie

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Gloria Steinem: 'International Women's Day means we are still in trouble'

Prominent social activist Gloria Steinem wrote in a Variety article published on Monday that having an International Women’s Day means that “we are still in trouble.”. “There is no International Men’s Day. Only less powerful people or forgotten historical events need ‘A Day’ to be part of the present. Yet it’s an important step because any notice is better than no notice,” Steinem wrote.
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‘The Glorias’ Beauty Team Reimagined Gloria Steinem 4 Different Ways

When Gloria Steinem finally came to the set of The Glorias, the Amazon movie chronicling her life and directed by Julie Taymor, hair and makeup artist Judy Chin wasn’t sure she’d have the guts to meet her. Chin, along with Miia Kovero and Adrien Morot, had never met the feminist icon but had been studying her face for months. “It felt so strange to have been staring at her images from her entire life, and then suddenly have her there,” says Chin.
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Gloria Steinem Is Among Roland Mouret’s Era-Defining AW21 Muses

When creating his autumn/winter 2021 collection, Roland Mouret drew inspiration from legendary feminists Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman-Hughes. Did the French designer perchance catch Mrs America during last year’s lockdown? “Yes!” he cries, delighted. “It was amazing, all of the actors were just amazing.” The series, which featured a stellar cast including Rose Byrne, Cate Blanchett and Uzo Aduba, dramatised the efforts of Steinem, Friedan and others at the forefront of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment – designed to guarantee equal rights for all Americans regardless of sex – in the ’70s.
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Fact check: Quote about guns has long been misattributed to Gloria Steinem

The claim: Gloria Steinem wrote viral comparison of abortion and gun legislation. For several years, a viral passage comparing gun and abortion regulations has circulated on social media with credit to feminist icon Gloria Steinem. While Steinem may have agreed with the post’s criticism of legislative red tape surrounding abortion, the attribution to the activist is incorrect.
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"Gloria: A Life" celebrates Gloria Steinem and a sisterhood of hope.

The biographical play "Gloria: A Life", written by Emily Mann, runs at the Invisible Theatre in Tucson from February 17th - 28th, 2021. Featured on the February 11th, 2021 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:. Meet actors To-Ree'-Nee' Wolf and Cynthia Jeffery, producer & director Susan Claassen, and...