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Grant Reeher speaks with Karen DeCrow, a long-time advocate for women's rights and a past President of NOW, the National Organization for Women.
By Grant Davis Reeher
Oswego, NY – Karen DeCrow is a long-time advocate for women's rights and a past President of NOW, the National Organization for Women. In 2009, she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. In this conversation she reflects back on the movement's accomplishments and considers the new frontiers in gender equality. She also explains why she thinks gender equality may be more difficult for boys and men than for girls and women, and what she made of the treatment that Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin have received.