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Women NOW : National Organization for Women

Author: Johanna Caleca-FoglianoEllen CooperpersonJoan IzzoPriscilla A NordElaine HendrieAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Make Believe TV, [2007?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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Women now: relates the early days of the women's movement throught the activities of NOW and the experiences of its members ; Yes baby, she's my sir: examines the blatant sexism of our language at that time. How language defines and shapes our ideas and how we view ourselves and the world is vividly portrayed.--container.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Documentary
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Johanna Caleca-Fogliano; Ellen Cooperperson; Joan Izzo; Priscilla A Nord; Elaine Hendrie; Ginnie Maguire; John Sitone; Feminist Productions.; Make Believe TV (Firm)
ISBN: 0977021831 9780977021833 0977021823 9780977021826
OCLC Number: 181163718
Notes: Women now and Yes baby, she's my sir originally produced in 1978 as filmstrips or slides.
Performer(s): Women now: Joan Izzo, Priscilla A. Nord, associate producers ; Elaine Hendrie, narration ; Priscilla A. Nord, photography, Ginnie Maguire ; John Sitone, soundtrack.
Yes baby, she's my sir: Ellen Cooperperson, Johanna Caleca-Fogliano, writers ; Priscilla A. Nord, photography and graphics ; Elaine Hendrie, narration ; John Sitone, soundtrack.
Description: 1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R; NTSC; full screen presentation.
Contents: Women now (42.13) --
Yes baby, she's my sir (24:12).
Other Titles: Yes baby, that's my sir
Responsibility: produced and directed by Ellen Cooperperson ; video production by Make Believe TV. Yes baby, that's my sir / Feminist Productions presents ; produced and directed by Ellen Cooperperson ; video production by Make Believe TV.

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Women now: relates the early days of the women's movement throught the activities of NOW and the experiences of its members ; Yes baby, she's my sir: examines the blatant sexism of our language at that time. How language defines and shapes our ideas and how we view ourselves and the world is vividly portrayed.--container.

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