Black Mountain Institute; KNPR
During the 1960s, Judith Nies was a speechwriter building her career on Capitol Hill. Then one day, her husband slapped an FBI file on the table... with Judith's name on it. Judith Nies looks back on a career facing investigations, sexism, and her move to change the workplace. We look at the sixties and what barriers women face at work today.
History; Niles; Judith; Nineteen sixties; Speechwriters; Speechwriting; United States
American Literature | Arts and Humanities | Literature in English, North America | Women's Studies
Working girl in the 60s.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/blackmountain_lectures_events/26