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Rachel King on Shari Lewis, 2015

This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.
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This Week in History: On August 2, 1998, children's television mainstay Shari Lewis died. Rachel King discusses why Lewis's most famous creation, Lamb Chop, continues to have such enduring appeal.

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Debbie Stoller

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Writer, editor, publisher, founder of Stitch ‘n Bitch, and designer, Debbie Stoller.

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Writer, editor, publisher, founder of Stitch ‘n Bitch, and designer, Debbie Stoller.

Body Talk: Delving into The Body Journey with Creator Miriam Ross

In a society where we’re constantly told what we should love and what we should hate about ourselves, we can forget that our bodies belong to us. There is little space for women to create their own narratives, express their own fears, and admire their own features. Artist Miriam Ross gives women the opportunity to do exactly this in her project, The Body Journey.

Illustration from "The Body Journey"

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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.
Courtesy of Miriam Ross.
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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.


Courtesy of Miriam Ross.

Illustration from "The Body Journey"

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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.
Courtesy of Miriam Ross.
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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.


Courtesy of Miriam Ross.

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Illustration from "The Body Journey"

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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.
Courtesy of Miriam Ross.
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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.


Courtesy of Miriam Ross.

Illustration from "The Body Journey"

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Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.
Courtesy of Miriam Ross.
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JWA use only on jwa.org

Illustration submitted to "The Body Journey," a project by Miriam Ross.


Courtesy of Miriam Ross.

Miriam Ross

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Miriam Ross.
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Miriam Ross.

Hedda Sterne Protests the “Monster National Exhibition.”

May 20, 1950
“I never thought in terms of a career, but I worked with tremendous urgency." - Artist Hedda Sterne

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