The author of such groundbreaking works as ‘Sexual Politics’ and 'Flying' showed a generation of women how to resist—through her writing, her activism, and by example.
'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' was revolutionary not only for its portrait of an independent working woman—it also depicted a rare, deep female friendship in a way we've never seen.
“The Greatest” inside and outside the ring, the Kentucky native inspired generations of black and brown children by demonstrating the true meaning of “Black Is Beautiful.”
The writer shared only a name with Amanda Peterson when they attended the same high school. But the actress’s untimely death has inspired a new reflection on that dark and desperate year.
One of the late iconic DJ's colleagues laments his passing, and recalls caring for her own ailing mother during her final days.