Steinem: Hope is a form of planning

Photo by Jade GlabGloria Steinem, addressed the audience as though she were leading a fire-side conversation with friends. She covered topics surrounding equality and how it can benefit men, women and children. 

WESTVILLE — One of the most iconic figures of the women’s movement graced the stage at Purdue University Northwest to close out the Sinai Forum’s 66th season.

Recognized as the leader and spokeswoman of the American feminist movement, Gloria Steinem brought the crowd at PNW’s packed Dworkin Student Services and Activities Complex together to participate in a Q&A session on feminism and history.

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