Discussing the book "Is there no place on earth for me?" with the author Susan Sheehan.
This interview is a follow up, four years later, to the first interview with these women (1965115-3-1)
Aileen and Eugene Smith discuss their photographic essay book, "'Minamata', Words and Photographs," documenting the mercury poisoning of residents and their legal battles with the polluting company Chisso.
Shana Alexander discusses her career as a journalist and her time on the program 'Point-Counterpoint' on 60 Minutes. She goes on to discuss how being a woman has informed her professional life, including how there are so few women in professional places of power, issues explored in her book 'Talking Woman', published in 1976.
Christine Fox, Annie Merrill and Jennie Wilkes discuss sexism in the television industry, their upbringings, and what life is like in England for young women. This is the first of two interviews, four years apart, with these women. 1965631-3-1 is the follow up.
Discussing the women's movement, feminism, and the books, "At Large," with its author, journalist Ellen Goodman, and "The Second Stage" with its author, feminist Betty Friedan.
Studs Terkel reads Marya Mannes' speech at a Planned Parenthood rally in 1964.