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Gloria Steinem
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Steinem Interview
Gloria Steinem, great figure of American feminism: "What if you found your self-esteem?
Radio France: filmed programmes
Health Resolution adopted at the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.
Commissioner of New York, and outspoken champion of equal rights for women, Gloria Steinem, makes her speech at the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas (focused on women's issues, women's rights, and ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment). Gloria Steinem proposes the adoption of Health Resolution. Women delegates present at the meeting speak in favor of the Health Resolution. Women vote and the Resolution for Health adopted. American women cheer. Location: Houston Texas USA. Date: November 18, 1977.
News Clip: Steinem
B-roll video footage from the WBAP-TV television station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
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Steinem speaks in front of women, feminists,
SMEAL AND STEINEM ON REAGAN
NEWS CONFERENCE BY WOMEN 'S RIGHT LEADERS ELEANOR SMEAL AND GLORIA STEINEM ON REAGAN
The Dick Cavett Show (ABC)
Guests: Gloria Steinem, Roberta Flack, Kerry Ellard Most of the show is dedicated to the Oak Island Treasure search in Nova Scotia. Roberta Flack perfs: Call Me, Ain't No Mountain High Enough
LARA FLYNN BOYLE
Lara Flynn Boyle on playing Barbara Amiel in Shades of Black "I found her very much to be like the great Gloria Steinem."
Ms. Foundation Women of Vision Awards: Celebrating Generations of Progress & Power
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 16: Gloria Steinem attends the Ms. Foundation Women of Vision Awards: Celebrating Generations of Progress & Power on May 16, 2023 in New York City. (Footage by Brian Craig/Getty Images)
Steinem Sees Revolution
Feminist leader Gloria Steinem makes a statement in front of microphones. "We have no desire to take over the male role," she declares. DOC/WA - 1970's - CLR
WOMEN'S ISSUES
Close up Gloria Steinem's face.
1980s Betty Friedan Gloria Steinem
Feminist / activist Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem speak to gathering in Orange County - in auditorium at podium with microphone - women's liberation - birth control
Letter to Gloria Steinem
Radio France: filmed programmes
SMEAL AND STEINEM ON REAGAN
NEWS CONFERENCE BY WOMEN 'S RIGHT LEADERS ELEANOR SMEAL AND GLORIA STEINEM ON REAGAN
GLORIA STEINEM (CQ04374)
Gloria Steinem speaks in front of women's organization. Steinem interviewed. Steinem speaks about gender equality and the ERA. Steinem says change is just beginning and that the work force has to adapt to working parents. Steinem speaks at podium against domestic violence at college. Steinem interviewed. Steimen speaks about abuse. Steinem at podium speaks about backlash against feminism. Steinem at podium at domestic violence symposium. Steinem interviewed. Steinem speaks about violence. Older Steinem. Younger Steinem (in 1970s) at Women's Liberation marches.
News Clip: Women in History
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
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Last Playboy Club Closes
A news story about the last Playboy club closing in Lansing, Michigan. Footage includes Playboy bunnies donning their costumes and serving customers, a montage of adult movie marquees, and a statement by feminist Gloria Steinem "I think the Playboy clubs were based on sexual repression of men." PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
Several prominent American women make speeches at the eve of National Women's Conference
Bella Abzug makes a speech at National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas. Bella Abzug surrounded by photographers and reporters. Barbara Jordan delivers her speech during the National Women's Conference. Indiana State senator Joan Governs speaks. Montage shows interviews and speeches by several other prominent American women figures both for and against the Equal Rights Amendment, including Gloria Steinem, conservative and anti-feminist Phyllis Schlafly, Mary Anne Krupsak, Eleanor Smeal, Liz Carpenter, and Rosalynn Carter. Location: Houston Texas USA. Date: November 18, 1977.