09:14 — Most middle class women of the 1950s became homemakers. Many women felt dissatisfied.
02:58 — Radicalized by their experiences for Civil Rights, women began see there needed to be a women's liberation movement.
06:33 — Abortion would become the leading edge of the Conservative backlash.
04:12 — Get to know Gloria Steinem.
02:54 — Title IX compelled schools to offer sports programs to women.
02:36 — Women held a sit-in at the offices of Ladies Home Journal
03:07 — In 1963 Betty Friedan wrote The Feminine Mystique, and exposed he happy homemaker myth. Many women wanted the opportunity of a career of their own.
02:56 — Judy Blume is a best selling author.
10:39 — The fight to ratify the ERA ran into a changing political climate, and effective opponents.
03:55 — Lorena Weeks applied for a job within Southern Bell and was told the job was reserved for men.
05:41 — During the 1980's women were stepping into boardrooms and knocking down barriers in many fields.
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- Premiered: February 26, 2013
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: A history of the modern women's movement, featuring first-person accounts from movement leaders; opponents; celebrities; political figures; business leaders; and ordinary women. (more)
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