When Will We Stand Up?
Teachers and parents unhappy with government school policy could learn something from Corrine Grad Coleman.
On July 11, 2004, a New York Times obituary noted the passing of Corrine Grad Coleman, a radical feminist:
Ms. Coleman was also one of the leaders of a daylong occupation of the Ladies' Home Journal editorial office by more than 100 feminists in 1970. The women demanded a chance to put out a "liberated" issue and the replacement of the editor and publisher, John Mack Carter. The magazine, which had a circulation of 6.9 million, agreed to let the women publish a special section.Now, which offices should we occupy first?
When will we do it?
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