In the book Sisterhood is Powerful, edited by Robin Morgan, it focuses on women in the 1960’s and 1970’s who had different walks of life coming together in unity. They created movements and fought against the misogynist society, demanding for their rights.
The smaller Personal Files Series offers materials related to Robin Morgan's education, early critical writing, and her many trips overseas. The series also includes material that Morgan requested under the Freedom of Information Act from the FBI and CIA about her own activities.
In a lifetime of battle for women’s dignity and global change, Robin Morgan uses words as ammunition, as one can see in the above quotation from The Word of a Woman (1992). As poet, novelist, journalist, lecturer and feminist theorist, she expresses the reality of contemporary women’s oppression.A founder and leader of contemporary US feminism, Robin Morgan has also been a major presence in the international Women’s Movement for more than 35 years. During the 1960s, she was active in the civil rights movement in CORE (Congress on Racial Equality) and SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee). and in the anti-Vietnam War movement.In the article, No More Miss America by Robin Morgan she explains how the show is demoralizing the rest of the women as “ugly” or not worthy do to the certain perquisites the rest of the women do not meet. Miss America pageant is promoting a dominant ideology where white woman have been the only ones to ever win this award.
Robin Morgan. An award-winning writer, feminist leader, political analyst, journalist, editor, and co-founder of the Women’s Media Center, Robin Morgan has published 21 books, including six of poetry, four of fiction, and the now-classic anthologies Sisterhood Is Powerful, Sisterhood Is Global, and Sisterhood Is Forever. Her work has been translated into 13 languages.Read More
Another feminist sometimes said to have coined the phrase is Robin Morgan, who founded several feminist organizations and edited the anthology Sisterhood is Powerful, also published in 1970.Read More
Robin Morgan is among my heroes. Her justly famous 1970 essay “Goodbye to All That” is a wonderful, powerful statement that I have quoted in my writings and use in classes. At the beginning of.Read More
Robin Morgan was born on January 29, 1942, in Lake Worth, Florida, and grew up in Mount Vernon, New York. At a young age, she began working as a child model, and by 1945 she had her own radio show, The Little Robin Morgan Show, and was a regular on the television and radio show Juvenile Jury.At the age of seven, Morgan became a household name when she was cast in the television series Mama.Read More
Currently out of print. It is the first comprehensive collection of writings from the then-newborn contemporary wave of feminism. It became a best-seller in both cloth and paperback, its red-and-white cover with the feminist symbol (designed by Morgan) becoming a recognizable graffito around the world.Read More
Brianna Rodriguez HIST1320 April 11, 2018 Robin Morgan’s Sisterhood Is Powerful The introduction to Sisterhood Is Powerful discusses the process of creating this anthology, from the authors who struggled to break through the boundaries of unsupportive husbands to the tasks they still had to do every day, and how this anthology helped Robin Morgan become a feminist.Read More
The primary source “No More Miss America” by Robin Morgan describes her experiences as a participant of the NYRF protesting against the Miss American Pageant in Atlantic City on September 7th 1968.Read More
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Journalist, editor, activist, and child actor, Robin Morgan has been a leader in the feminist movement since the 1960s. Morgan co-founded the Women’s Media Center and founded the Sisterhood Is Global Institute. She has lectured widely, written articles for numerous journals and newspapers, and served as editor of Ms. Magazine from 1990 to 1993.Morgan’s books of poetry include Monster (1972.Read More
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