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The Unstoppable Nellie Bly

Published on the Ms. Magazine blog, March 2015. Nellie Bly gained international fame for her gripping undercover assignment at an insane asylum. Then in 1889 she traveled around the world in 72 days, all the while chronicling her journey for New York World.

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‘Iron Jawed Angels’ Was Last Movie to Make Me Cry

Published by Women’s eNews, Feb. 2015. After I saw it I finally, truly, intensely understood that first wave feminists had fought for me. This movement had been started for me. Not just for me, of course, but for all women. Women’s eNews is screening the 2004 movie on Sunday March 1. Go see it if you can.

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Fun, Fearless – And On the Frontline

Published by Cosmopolitan Magazine (Middle East edition), Feb. 2015. At 22, she willingly went to work in a warzone. Here, Rosie Garthwaite shares her story of survival.

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This Movie is a Beautiful Call to Anger, Action

Published by Women’s eNews, Dec. 2014. “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” brings second-wave feminism dramatically back to life without any false sainthood. It links all of us together and intimates that it’s time for us third- and fourth-wave feminists to take to the streets, too.

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