Video collection of Betty Friedan, ca.1970-2006
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Materials may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
Series I, Television and video appearances, ca.1970-2000 includes Friedan in interviews and biographies, giving talks, as well as commentaries by Friedan inserted within more general programs on the topics of women's history and aging. Items are listed in chronological order. There is no reel 1.
Series II, Speeches and lectures, 1987-1999 includes Friedan's speeches and lectures given at universities, conferences, the National Press Club, and Veteran Feminists of America awards ceremonies. Items are listed in chronological order.
Series III, Symposia, 1989-2006 includes Women, Men and Media symposia on specific topics related to the media's treatment of women, coverage of gender issues, and women's representation in broadcast media; the exception is DVD-34, disc 5, which is a panel about Friedan's impact on the feminist movement.
- Series I. Television and video appearances, ca.1970-2000
- Series II. Speeches and lectures, 1987-1999
- Series III. Symposia, 1989-2006
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These audiovisual materials were given to the Schlesinger Library by Betty Friedan and Marlene Sanders from 1987 through 2007.
By: Melissa Dollman
- Abortion--Government policy--United States--Citizen participation
- Ageism--United States
- Aging--Social aspects--United States
- Authors, American
- College teachers--United States
- Equal rights amendments--United States
- Feminism--United States
- Feminists--United States
- Jewish women
- Older women--United States
- Sex role
- Sexual division of labor
- Television programs
- Women in mass media
- Women political activists--United States
- Women--Employment--United States
- Women--United States--Social conditions
- Friedan, Betty. Video collection of Betty Friedan, ca.1970-2006: A Finding Aid
- Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
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