Bella Abzug: In Her Own Words
"Bella Abzug: In Her Own Words" is a reminder of the New York politician who carried her powerful commitment to womenís rights and human rights to the U.S. Capitol, the United Nations, international conferences, media and courtrooms, too. "You have to fight with hundreds and thousands of others, every day of your life," says Abzug in the video.
Read more about Bella Abzug (1920-1998) on Women of Valor.
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