Gloria Roberts, a Black woman and mother of two children; Winki Takahashi, teacher and native Californian of Japanese and Irish ancestry; and Suad Cano, an Arabian woman married to a Chicano man and who lives in the barrio, discuss the dramatic changes in women's social status. Moderated by Dorothy Gilden. The discussion touches on the traditional relationship, the contemporary relationship in transition, the implications of the biological revolution for women, changing sex mores, new societies more relevant to women and the question of whether women are expendable in the 21st century.
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