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Abe Rosenthal, managing editor of the New York Times, during the demonstration outside the Times to pressure the newspaper to use the term Ms.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1974
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New York (N.Y.) - Statement of support by Majority Report for the demonstration against sexism at the New York Times on International Women's Day, March 8, 1974. Cites examples of sexism at the Times, including the newspaper's resistance to using the title "Ms." when addressing women.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

1974 Mar. 8
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New York (N.Y.) - Women hold signs at a demonstration to pressure the New York Times to adopt the term "Ms."
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1974
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New York (N.Y.) - Statement by Graham, Executive Editor of the American Heritage Dictionary Division, defining the term "Ms." as it appears in the dictionary and questioning why the New York Times has not adopted it as a courtesy title for women.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Graham, Alma
1974
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New York (N.Y.) - A male demonstrator holds up a sign that reads "Form follows function Ms. now!" in front of the New York Times building to pressure them to use the term Ms.(which they finally adopted in 1986).
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1974
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New York (N.Y.) - Announcing demonstration by Women for Changing the Times at the New York Times building on International Women's Day protesting history of sexism at the Times, in particular the newspaper's refusal to use the courtesy title "Ms." when requested.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

1974 Mar. 8
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New York (N.Y.) - Demonstrators carry signs outside the New York Times to pressure them to use the term Ms.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1974