Ellen Goodman on the resistance of some women to the women’s liberation movement:

“[There was] a whole lot of life investment in pretending something was fair…It’s always hard to call for change, it’s always hard to make change, without threatening people who have a lot of their life invested in an old way.”

Ellen Goodman and Betty Friedan talk with Studs Terkel on WFMT in 1981, The Studs Terkel Radio Archive.

Ellen Goodman on the resistance of some women to the women’s liberation movement:

“[There was] a whole lot of life investment in pretending something was fair…It’s always hard to call for change, it’s always hard to make change, without threatening people who have a lot of their life invested in an old way.”

Ellen Goodman and Betty Friedan talk with Studs Terkel on WFMT in 1981, The Studs Terkel Radio Archive.

Gloria Steinem in 1972 on the two biggest threats to the Women’s Movement:

“It’s utopian to skip to humanism now. And the two things it seems to me that can most damage the movement – not stop it, I don’t think anything can stop it – but can most damage it are divide and conquer, you know, turning one outgroup against the other, and skipping to humanism too soon.”

–Illinois Public Media‬

https://www.popuparchive.com/tplayer/7828/Women%26apos%3Bs%20Liberation%2C%20Gloria%20Steinem%2C%20Margaret%20Sloan%2C%20et%20al%2C%20Part%20Two%2C%20May%2025%2C%201972

Gloria Steinem in 1972 on the two biggest threats to the Women’s Movement:

“It’s utopian to skip to humanism now. And the two things it seems to me that can most damage the movement – not stop it, I don’t think anything can stop it – but can most damage it are divide and conquer, you know, turning one outgroup against the other, and skipping to humanism too soon.”

–Illinois Public Media‬

https://www.popuparchive.com/tplayer/7828/Women%26apos%3Bs%20Liberation%2C%20Gloria%20Steinem%2C%20Margaret%20Sloan%2C%20et%20al%2C%20Part%20Two%2C%20May%2025%2C%201972

From The Kitchen Sisters: Georgia Gilmore and the Club from Nowhere

Georgia Gilmore’s kitchen in Montgomery, Alabama served as a meeting ground and think tank for the civil rights movement. Hear how she brought together leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. around her table.

https://www.popuparchive.com/tplayer/6512/Georgia%20Gilmore%20and%20the%20Club%20from%20Nowhere

From The Kitchen Sisters: Georgia Gilmore and the Club from Nowhere

Georgia Gilmore’s kitchen in Montgomery, Alabama served as a meeting ground and think tank for the civil rights movement. Hear how she brought together leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. around her table.

https://www.popuparchive.com/tplayer/6512/Georgia%20Gilmore%20and%20the%20Club%20from%20Nowhere

Image Credit: stenographer vacancy by Bob May

Why are newsrooms around the world using Pop Up Archive?

If you’re in the audio world, you’re probably no stranger to the concept of “logging tape.” Historically, transcribing audio has been one of the most tedious yet essential parts of putting together an audio story.

Read how producers use Pop Up Archive to speed up their production process.

Image Credit: stenographer vacancy by Bob May

Why are newsrooms around the world using Pop Up Archive?

If you’re in the audio world, you’re probably no stranger to the concept of “logging tape.” Historically, transcribing audio has been one of the most tedious yet essential parts of putting together an audio story.

Read how producers use Pop Up Archive to speed up their production process.