Friday, February 03, 2012
By Justin Krebs : IAFC Blogger
The Susan G. Komen foundation gave into a bully—the radical right, which is continuing its assault on women's health and its obsessive crusade to destroy Planned Parenthood.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Studio 360 samples girl culture. Student filmmakers weigh in on the women they see on screen and the “American Girl” empire embraces a period of ancient history: The 1970s. A translator in Istanbul brings Judy Blume to young Turkish readers, and a special dress becomes a powerful talisman for a young storyteller. Plus, a tattoo parlor pops up at a fancy art fair and we follow Ethiopia’s musical ambassador from Addis Ababa to Boston.
Saturday, May 24, 2003
There is scarcely a female in America under the age of thirty-five who didn’t have a section of her bedroom bookshelf devoted to the work of Judy Blume. Her books, like Are You There God It's Me Margaret and Then Again Maybe I Won’t, dealt frankly with things like puberty ...