Women's voices heard in the media throughout 2012

01/2/2013 | Women's eNews

Women's voices rose to the foreground across a variety of media outlets in 2012 with the use of social media to drive campaigns around high-profile women's issues. From New Jersey teenagers' use of social media to drive a petition for a female presidential debate moderator to a public backlash against Rush Limbaugh for derogatory comments about a female Georgetown University student, the social media and traditional media airwaves crackled with discussions on issues women deemed important.

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