You'd think after forty-two years . . . . . . . but no.

Women’s Day – August 26, 1970 – Past Daily Reference Room

You’d think after forty-two years . . . . . . . but no.

Click on the link here for Audio player: Women’s Strike – August 26, 1970

As a reminder of the protests, the struggle and the message – today marks the forty-second anniversary of Women’s Day (August 26, 1970) and the marches and demonstrations that took place world-wide on that day.

Here is an excerpt of the March in New York City, as relayed by WBAI and its day-long live broadcast on August 26, 1970.

It would be optimistic to look back on this period of history with a sense of the curious, and consider, with a sigh of relief how much things have changed for Women in those four decades. However, the events of the past several months seem to prove otherwise. Very little, in fact has changed.

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