Julie, a freshman at Barnard College, believes Gloria Steinem's feminist fight took on political issues of the day. Today, she says, feminism's fight is against more subtle forces, such as body image and sexual harassment. Watch as Oprah, Gloria and other Barnard students discuss popular culture and society's approach to body image.
Can you still be a feminist if you decide to stay at home instead of having a career? During a Q&A session with Barnard College students, Gloria Steinem explains why feminism is about choice. Then, find out why Gloria says women lose power as they get older, and men gain it. Plus, Gloria shares her thoughts on women in politics today.
At age 19, Oprah got a call that changed the trajectory of her career forever. Watch as she shares her thoughts on finding your calling and using it for a greater good. Plus, find out why Gloria Steinem says authenticity is an important example to set for others.
Gloria Steinem never keeps her age a secret. At a proud 78, she is still teaching us and rocking the equality movement. She often heads downtown in New York City to see one of her favorite bands, Betty, and even joins them onstage. Watch one of her sets!
Women's rights activist and author Gloria Steinem has inspired generations of women, including a group of 60 college students at New York City's prestigious Barnard College. Watch as Gloria, Oprah and students from this women's college discuss what progress has been made and what work still needs to be done. Plus, Oprah shares her own story of gender discrimination on the job.
Legendary feminist and author Gloria Steinem led the fight for women's rights, and she now displays tokens of her career, both positive and negative, outside of her home office. Watch as she describes the mementos she has framed. Plus, find out why she took one letter meant as an insult as the ultimate compliment.
Growing up, Gloria Steinem's mother suffered from mental illness that at times caused her to hallucinate and left her barely able to function. Gloria's parents divorced when she was 10 years old, leaving her to become her mother's full-time caregiver. Watch as she reveals what her mom taught her about love and why she says her childhood prepared her for anything.
Oprah says she's been inspired by Gloria Steinem for years. Now, the women's rights activist and author opens her home up to Oprah in an exclusive tour. Watch as Gloria shares why it took years for her to feel at home in her eclectic New York City walk-up.
Oprah travels to Dallas to meet one of the nation's most influential spiritual leaders, Bishop T.D. Jakes, and visit his 30,000-member church, the Potter's House. Don't miss their provocative conversation about faith, race, ego and love.
Oprah shares her thoughts on Bishop T.D. Jakes' moving Sunday sermon. Then, Bishop Jakes reveals why his job is the same whether he's preaching to seven people or 7,000 people.