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[19 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 12,246 views]
Ms. Magazine, Wonder Woman and <br />40 Years of Change

Marlo Thomas
The Huffington Post
June 13, 2012

You can’t judge a book by its cover. But you can absolutely judge a magazine that way — because the cover is a good indication of what the magazine cares about. And that is precisely, why 40 years ago, women everywhere began grabbing up Ms. magazine with both hands. From the start — and continuing today — those covers have instantly told you that Ms. cared about what women cared about. With an editorial team staffed with revolutionaries, Ms. not only had the wisdom to imagine the perfect combination of image and cover line to capture the concept of an important issue; it also had chops to bang out the story.

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[28 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 4,247 views]
Ms. magazine’s 40th Anniversary<br />Let the Celebrations Begin!

The Clayman Institute for
Gender Research

By Suzanne Braun Levine

This year is the 40th Anniversary Year of Ms. Magazine. Hard to believe, and for those of us involved in that history, it is very moving to remember those early years. The birthday events began at The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University on January 26th as part of a four-month long celebration of feminism.

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[20 Jan 2012 | No Comment | 3,687 views]
What We Left Behind: Girdles, Silence and Illegal Abortion

By Suzanne Braun Levine,
Huff/Post50

When I went to work at Ms. in 1972, I wore a matching pink skirt and blouse — and a girdle. I had just gotten married and was, therefore, not able to get a bank loan without my husband’s approval. I had given up playing basketball (half-court for girls) in college because no coach or court could be found. And I had had an illegal abortion.

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[22 Dec 2011 | No Comment | 3,298 views]
<em>HOW WE LOVE NOW</em> – AND<br />HOW I LOVED DECEMBER, 2011

By Suzanne Braun Levine

This has been quite a month!

First of all, I finally held in my hands a copy of my new book How We Love Now; it has been eighteen months since I finished it, and at last it is real. The scary part is that it will soon be in the hands of actual readers, and while I am anxious to hear if it resonates with other women, I am less anxious to hear if it doesn’t, which will undoubtedly happen.

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[7 Oct 2011 | One Comment | 14,233 views]
HOW YOUNG WE WERE!  Celebrating 40 Years of  Ms. Magazine and the Movement

By Suzanne Braun Levine,
Ms. Editor, 1972- 1988

I was interviewed recently for an article about the early days of Ms. magazine, which is about to be forty years old. Soon after that I was interviewed for an article about Our Bodies, Our Selves which was first published around the same time. When thinking about those days and looking at some photographs, my first thought is How Young We Were! And my second is How Brave We Were! Now I have another thought: How Lucky We Were! to be there.

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[5 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 81,210 views]
The Sophia Smith Collection – New Home for My <em>Ms.</em> Magazine Papers!

By Suzanne Braun Levine

I am thrilled to announce that my “papers” – the boxes of stuff that I always meant to sort our and never did – from my years at Ms. Magazine (1972 – 1989) are now in the Sophia Smith Collection of Women’s Archives at Smith College. Along with other collections from those exciting days, including Gloria Steinem’s papers, they should be accessible soon. My papers from my time as (the only woman) editor of The Columbia Journalism Review will be there too.

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[15 Jul 2011 | No Comment | 2,564 views]
“EXCLUSIVE: MISSING BETTY FORD”

By Mary Thom
July 14, 2011

The author, editor of the WMC Exclusives, recalls a moment decades ago that encapsulates the power and purpose of the former First Lady, who died last week at the age of 93.

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[7 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,303 views]
Celebrate the Special Holiday Just for YOU!

By Mary Eileen Williams, Founder
Feisty Side of Fifty

There’s no official vacation day, very little media coverage, and you won’t even find it on the calendar—but this holiday commemorates a movement that’s made a huge impact on our lives both personally and professionally. March 8th is International Women’s History Day.

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[2 Mar 2011 | 3 Comments | 2,514 views]
OUR HISTORY, OURSELVES – How to Celebrate International Women’s Day

By Suzanne Braun Levine

March 8 commemorates the one hundredth anniversary of the official recognition of the world’s women. Over that century American women got the vote, became economic entities, and were granted equal rights in most spheres. And we found our voices. We have been speaking up and speaking out about the conditions and experiences of our lives, and as a result much of our story has emerged from the obscurity that history has relegated us to.

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[24 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 3,386 views]

JOIN ME FOR A VERY SPECIAL EVENT: THE 2010 PAGES & PLACES BOOK FESTIVAL! SCRANTON, PA – SATURDAY, OCT. 2nd
Join me at the 2010 Pages & Places Book Festival, Scranton’s celebration of books and the city on Saturday October 2nd. I will be at the Book Expo and on the Panel: “FROM FRONTLINES TO HEADLINES” with Robin Morgan, Tamera Gugelmeyer and Andi Zeisler. http://pagesandplaces.org/
BOOK EXPO
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
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