home what'snew resources ask amy news activism antiviolence events marketplace aboutus
Ask a Question!
Meet Amy!
Amy's Resource Guide
Ask Amy Main
TOPICS
Feminism
Girls/Children
Health
International
Media
Miscellaneous
Most Asked Questions
Politics
Reproductive Rights
Sexual Harassment
Violence Against Women
Women's History
Work/Career
   
 


 
Women's History

I am doing a research paper on Betty Friedan. I was wondering how I could get in touch with her or find out some information about her early years and successes. Thank you! - Jennifer

To find out more about Betty Friedan - in addition to the basics of reading her books - I suggest that you contact NOW - the National Organization for Women. She was a founder - I think founding president. Their national office is in Washington, DC at 202-331-0066. Her most recent book was published by Simon & Schuster so they may know how to get in touch with her. They are based in New York City. For her work in the "early years" - I know there are a few anthologies that include references to her.
Amy

home | what's new | resources | ask amy | news | activism | anti-violence
events | marketplace | about us | e-mail us | join our mailing list

©1995-2002 Feminist.com All rights reserved.