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New Directions for Women

All editions of our TV show, New Directions for Women, are archived in the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, it is available to historians, scholars, and students in perpetuity. Our program was chosen because of its content and technical level as well as because it is indicative of the many issues of concern to women in the late 20th and early 21st Century.
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During this election cycle, a cry goes up from the fearful masses, “The Barbarians are coming!”. This, however, begs the question, who are we and who the Barbarians? The Oxford English Dictionary[1] defines five meanings of the noun barbarian. 1. ety...
A Tale of Too (Many) Cities “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times[1],” at no other time in history have we been more connected to others, yet hate still flourishes. “It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,” we have the...
In the 17th century, Thomas Hobson owned a livery stable in England. Afraid that his customers would always choose the best horses and wear those out, he would give a choice to take the horse in the stall nearest the door or to not take one at all.¹ ...
Stave One The Progressive was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of his burial was signed on November fourth by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. The Conservative signed it. This mu...
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  • NOW’s Holiday Reading List
    To continue defending women’s rights, advancing equality, and combatting injustice in all aspects of social, political, and economic life, it’s essential to try and understand how all of these issues are interconnected. This is why our continued education is vital to advance our activism.   From understanding the history of how women continue to battle for reproductive Read more …
  • Climate Change Exacts a Harsher Impact on Women
    “The femicide is directly linked to the ecocide,” Delee Nikal, part of the Wet’suwet’en indigenous community in Canada, made clear at a COP26 rally. She highlights what many are unaware of: that climate and gender issues are linked. In this case, Nikal explains how extractive industries are intertwined with violence against women and girls and how this is taking place on Read more …
  • Missing White Woman Syndrome Demeans the Value of All Women: Part Two
    Who gets to be the “ideal victim”?  Centering victims and their stories when talking about crime isn’t a new phenomenon now that social media is a major part of our lives.  The practice can be traced back to the rise of the victim rights movement of the 60s and 70s (NCJRS). As victims became a Read more …
  • New Safer Beauty Bill Package Will Make Safer Cosmetics A Reality
    As a leading national organization educating women about breast cancer prevention, Breast Cancer Prevention Partners (BCPP) recently created The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, sponsoring a comprehensive package of federal bills to ensure greater safety in the use of various care products. Through this campaign, the organization is committed to getting rid of toxic chemicals from beauty and personal care products, reducing unsafe chemical exposures for the most vulnerable and making ingredient transparency the new Read more …
  • Skincare Inclusivity: The Dangerous and Racist Side of Skincare
    Recently I’ve fallen into the rabbit hole that is skincare.  I’ve watched countless videos on YouTube from “beauty gurus” and skincare specialists.  I’ve bought numerous products based on their recommendations.  While learning about exfoliants and serums, I came across a video about racism in skincare.  It was about skin bleaching, which is using a product, Read more …
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