There have been many conversations about the definition of feminism and who falls neatly (or not so neatly) within that definition. From Shirley Chisholm to Audre Lorde, this episode gets into it all! Presented by Black Public Media and directed by Angela Tucker.
From Sandra Day O'Connor to Shirley Chisholm to Madeleine Albright, these groundbreaking American women paved the way.
Shirley Chisholm sums up her progressive approach to government in a political speech.
Shirley Chisholm--a charismatic, outspoken black woman--ran for president in 1972. See how she gathered her troops and pursued her dream.
On the day that African American congresswoman Shirley Chisholm announced her candidacy for president in 1972, New York's WNBC took to the streets, asking people if they would vote for a woman for president.
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