A discussion of women as internationalists and the 1975 United Nations conference in Mexico City, part of a conference on Sharing the Future, held at the New School for Social Research and sponsored by the Human Relations Work Study Center. The panel questions whether the feminist movement is truly international and whether the U.N. conference reinforced or destroyed that notion, how to sustain international momentum, and whether American feminists can or should try to help women in the Third World. The panelists are Zohreh "Zuzu" Tabatabai from the Iranian Mission to the U.N.; Angela King, Social Affairs Officer of the International Women's Year secretariat; Betty Friedan, American feminist; and Betty Reardon, School Program Director at the Institute for World Order. The panel was chaired by Judy Lee Klemesrud, writer for the New York Times. The program was recorded by Bill O'Neil.
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