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Sonia Pressman Fuentes

First Hand History

From the Cornell Chronicle (Vol. 31, No. 31, Apr. 20, 2000), p. 7.

Sonia Pressman FuentesWomen's movement leader and Cornell alumna Sonia Pressman Fuentes '50 speaks to students in Professor Jennie Farley's Writing in Industrial and Labor Relations: Minorities in America class April 12. Fuentes, who discussed her memoir, Eat First -- You Don't Know What They'll Give You: The Adventures of an Immigrant Family and Their Feminist Daughter, also was a guest speaker in Farley's Women and Work class. The first woman attorney in the Office of the General Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a founder of the National Organization for Women, Fuentes was an adviser on some of the ground-breaking legislation that opened the doors for women in academia, athletics and the workplace. Mathew Fondeur/University Photography

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