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Eye On America (Women: Girls' Self-Esteem) #350185

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 26, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Wyatt Andrews) The Take Our Daughters to Work event sponsored by the women's movement aimed at enhancing young girls' self-esteem examined; television ads shown. [Ms. Foundation president Marie WILSON, foundation co-founder Gloria STEINEM, Madison Square Garden vice president Monie BAGLEY, teen GIRL - talk about girls' self-perceptions.] Attempts to educate high school girls about stereotypes detailed; scenes shown of classroom role-playing. [TEEN, George Mason University professor Cheryl BARTHOLOMEW - talk about self-esteem.] [Boston University professor Abigail THERNSTROM - argues that the real crisis is that nobody is taking care of the kids.] [Madison Square Garden Debbie SMALLS - comments.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Rather, Dan

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