Turns out the feminist generation gap may still be going strong, as Ann Friedman writes that she had a rough time at the national NOW conference. She offers some helpful hints for next year: "If NOW was really focused on including and recruiting more young women, their national conference would have had affordable housing available at Vanderbilt University dorms, structured opportunities for intergenerational dialogue, and nighttime entertainment alternatives to aging folk singers." (Feministing)
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