On March 29, NMH welcomes journalist, activist, and feminist icon Gloria Steinem to campus. This week in the library, we're featuring books by and about Ms. Steinem in our center lobby book display. You can also learn all about Gloria Steinem's life and work in our library databases -- this librarian recommends Biography in Context and Gale Virtual Reference Library as two good starting points.
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