Gloria Marie Steinem is a feminist, journalist, and social-political activist.
Everything we do, every relationship we have, succeeds or fails based on our level of true spiritual connection with others. How do we get back on track when we find ourselves disconnected from people? In this episode of “Super Soul,” Oprah sits down with acclaimed spiritual teachers—including Jill Bolte Taylor, Dr. Maya Angelou, Sister Joan Chittister, Thich Nhat Hanh, Gary Zukav and Linda Francis, Meagan Good, Rob and Kristen Bell, President Jimmy Carter, Pastor Wintley Phipps, Brené Brown, Tracy Morgan, Phil Jackson, Shawn Achor, Gloria Steinem, Bryan Stevenson, Malala Yousafzai, and Elie Wiesel—to discover the steps we all can take to find creative ways to nurture the bonds of love and a connection with the people in our lives, and then gradually expanding that to the rest of the world. Interviews with these talented writers, speakers and thought leaders are excerpted from Oprah’s Emmy Award-winning show “Super Soul Sunday.” You can also find this compilation and other insightful conversations in Oprah’s best-selling book The Wisdom of Sundays.
What's Her Story with Sam & Amy speaks with legendary writer, lecturer, political activist, and feminist organizer Gloria Steinem. In this episode, Steinem shares prolific insights on democratizing the family structure, the importance of young girls playing sports, the "fan-fucking-tastic" freedom she's found in aging, and the myth of fairytale romance. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
By now it’s an all-too-familiar phenomenon: A woman who dares to defy stereotypes or step out of her “place” gets called “shrill,” “bossy,” “ambitious,” or worse. But more often than not, those are the women who get the job done. Hillary talks to feminist activist Gloria Steinem about her life and career, and sits down with pediatrician Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, who spoke out about the Flint Water Crisis. With each of these gutsy women, she asks what -- or who -- made them think they could make a difference, and how they overcame the obstacles they faced along the way.  Gloria Steinem is a feminist journalist and activist, best known as a pioneer of the women’s rights movement in the 1970s. She began her career in 1962 with groundbreaking pieces about contraception and about her experience going undercover as a Playboy Bunny. Later, she founded Ms. Magazine and was a major figure in the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment. Her memoir, My Life on the Road, was recently turned into a film called The Glorias starring Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is a pediatrician and public health advocate who in 2014 helped expose toxic levels of lead in the water in Flint, Michigan. Her book, What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City, recounts her experience of the crisis. A full transcript is here.
America’s most famous feminist campaigner, Gloria Steinem, and director Julie Taymor join Christiane Amanpour to discuss new biopic, “The Glorias,” and how the Supreme Court nomination will impact women. Former San Antonio Mayor, Julián Castro, tells our Walter Isaacson why he’s supporting Joe Biden even though he sharply criticized him last year. Then, Newsmax Media CEO, Christopher Ruddy, shares his take on his friend President Trump’s debate performance. Turning to the art world, British photographer Misan Harriman discusses his prints, which will soon go under the hammer at Sotheby’s auction house. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Mar 25th, 1934
Location
New York, NY, USA
Episode Count
11
Podcast Count
10
Total Airtime
8 hours, 54 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 559893