No Stopping Us Now: The Adventures of Older Women in American History
by Gail Collins
Thursday, February 6
Beloved New York Times columnist Gail Collins brings her sharp wit and insightful analysis to her book on women and aging in America. With characteristic verve, she takes us from the early colonists to heroines like Sojourner Truth, who was in her 60s when she became one of the country’s most famous abolitionists, and on to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It’s a story of undeniable, if hardly steady, progress. Collins, who has received a George Polk Award for commentary, among many other honors, will appear in conversation with NAC member Julie Just, a former editor at the New York Times’ Op-Ed Page and now a senior editor at The New York Review of Books.
Photo credit: Nina Subin
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