#GoodRead | NOW Founder on Group’s 50th Anniversary and Finding Success in Anger

by Smithsonian Institution from United States [no restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

by Smithsonian Institution from United States [no restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

"National Organization for Women Founder on Group’s 50th Anniversary and Finding Success in Anger":

When the 1964 Civil Rights Act was signed, it banned discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin—but creating equality in practice took more than passing a law. That’s why, 50 years ago, on June 30, 1966, the first founders of the National Organization for Women (NOW) met in Washington, D.C.

Read Olivia B. Waxman's full article at TIME here…