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An itinerant childhood of cross-country road trips left adolescent Gloria Steinem longing for a “normal” life. But by the time Steinem embarked on her first solo trip to India, she was hooked on the travel bug. A lifetime of feminist activism and public speaking followed, giving Steinem countless stories from all across the country. She joins Kojo to share the experiences from her new book, “My Life on the Road.”
- Gloria Steinem Author, "My Life on the Road"
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