Her rejection of abortion is often cited by abortion opponents when she writes about first-wave feminism. In the early 1950s, a series of afternoon programs were broadcast to female viewers, titled Primarily for Women, with Doreen Stephens being appointed editor of Women`s Programmes. In 1948, one of the most influential women ever employed by the BBC, Grace Wyndham Goldie, went on television. Almost immediately, she founded the innovative overseas correspondent, which pioneered shortly after the BBC`s first election broadcast in 1950. By the late 1950s, as assistant Head of Television Talks, she had notably launched Tonight, Monitor and the Panorama in a new look. When they got older, Victoria was close to her Tennessee sister, seven years younger, Celeste Claflin (known as Tennie), who was the last child in the family. As adults, they worked together to create a broker and newspaper in New York City.  In February 1943, a nursery was opened in Caversham to meet the needs of female supervisory staff. And after years of projects, female announcers suddenly found their voices acceptable: Mary Malcolm, Marjorie Anderson and Jean Metcalfe all began their celebrated radio careers at that time. In February 1879, with the agreement of President Eliot, the Committee wrote individually to select the Harvard faculty, asking whether they were willing to teach; The first hypothesis came from mathematics professor William Byerly, who was to become both a member of Radcliffe`s board of directors and chairman of the Academic Board. The two women who followed this chair were Cora A. DuBois (professor of anthropology) and Cecilia Payne-Gapochkin (professor of astronomy), who was also the first woman to be employed since Harvard.
Brown Trailblazer Award from St. John`s University School of Law in Queens, New York….