Gloria Steinem and Margaret Sloan-Hunter, in a joint appearance at the Brooklyn Montessori School on May 15, 1973, address themselves to the relationship between sexism and racism. They discuss the white male-dominated media's representation of the women's liberation movement and black women's position in feminist activism. They are introduced by State Senator Carol Bellamy. Technical notes: There is a noise that occurs throughout Margaret Sloan-Hunter's speech.
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