Betty Friedan


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Noun1.Betty Friedan - United States feminist who founded a national organization for women (born in 1921)
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2006 - Betty Friedan, a founder of the modern feminist movement in US, dies at the age of 85.
The most striking thing is that only three of the 100 books were written by women Vindication of the Rights of Womenby Mary Wollstonecraft:The Second Sexby Simone de Baeuvoir andFeminine Mystiqueby Betty Friedan.
A respected colleague of influential 20th century American figures such as Thurgood Marshall, Eleanor Roosevelt and Betty Friedan, Murray played a pivotal role in breaking down barriers that led to watershed events such as the presidency of Barack Obama and the appointments of Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the U.
Two archdioceses explicitly call out Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, two great Jewish feminists, as being anti-Catholic.
Murray, the first African-American to get a law degree at Yale, helped Thurgood Marshall challenge segregation, pushed Betty Friedan to found what became the National Organization for Women, and coined the "Jane Crow" theory, which Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg used to argue that the 14th Amendment protects people of color and women against discrimination.
Some writers examined include Christine de Pizan, Mary Astell, Olympe de Gouges, William Thompson, Harriet Jacobs, Virginia Woolf, Zora Neal Hurston, Betty Friedan, Adrienne Rich, Andrea Dworkin, John Stuart Mills, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, and Nazira Zeineddin.
Rap Brown (Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin), Betty Friedan, and Shirley Chisholm.
Theodore Hesburgh, Studs Terkel and Betty Friedan, as well as from several bishops.
Tambem estao em destaque Imelda Marcos, esposa do presidente das Filipinas, Li Su-wen, da delegacao chinesa, e Betty Friedan, feminista norteamericana, como vemos na imagem (Figura 2).
In the same way, Second Wave Feminism brings together twenty programmes from the BBC Archive that give voice to some of the major feminist thinkers of the 1970s and the issues they addressed, including Germaine Greer, Betty Friedan, Kate Millett and Marilyn French.
Was it Betty Friedan who used the phrase "quiet desperation" to describe the lives of housewives?
Freud, who put together Saffioti, and two key feminist women at the time, Simone de Beauvoir and Betty Friedan.