Gloria Steinem receives the Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities

Thanks to his great struggles, such as the one he starred in seeking the approval of the Equal Rights Amendment in the United States, Gloria Steinem, known as an icon of modern feminism, received the Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities last Wednesday in Oviedo, Spain.

The jury of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, according to the website of the newspaper El País, recognized that its six decades of activism, “marked by independence and rigor, has been the driving force behind one of the great revolutions of contemporary society.”

Gloria Steinem thanked the recognition “for extolling the scientific, cultural, social and humanitarian work that makes our world a better place … I am humbly honored. After a difficult year for all of us, I am looking forward to meeting again in celebration and community.”.

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The American writer and journalist, born in 1934, was a founder of Ms magazine, was a political columnist for New York Magazine, wrote for Esquire magazine and also Cosmopolitan. She was not afraid to speak out about abortion, she even gave her own testimony. He wrote his memoirs in the book ‘My life on the road’, among six other works, of which ‘Scandalous acts and daily rebellions’ stands out. His fight for equality between the sexes marked his life and his career.

I was always aware that there was an imbalance and an injustice. But I thought I could overcome it individually. There was always a group of female writers in New York helping each other and advising each other on which editor might be more reasonable. But I didn’t realize that this could be changed until the women of the anti-Vietnam War movement and the civil rights movement, movements that our generation loved, but in which women were still largely in a traditional role, they started to rebel against this and say: ‘Wait, we must have an autonomous movement for women“, Said in 2016 to the newspaper The country from Spain.

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