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By The Next Stage on January 31, 2014
One of the best things about book discussions/ readings about Feminism in Philadelphia: The Glory Years, 1968-1982 is meeting some of the women who were featured in the book. Recently at event at I met Sharon Wallis, a key figure in 1970’s feminist movement in Philadelphia and at a reading at the Cosmopolitan club I met Philadelphia NOW’s first treasurer pat Corboy. She said she really regretted not having played a great role in Philadelphia NOW but that she was struggling to establish her career in finance—a field with very few women in senior level positions . . . .
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