Robin Morgan - New York City, 2014


An award-winning poet, novelist,
journalist, and best-selling author.

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Robin Morgan - Activism - Miss America Pageant Protest, Atlantic City, 1968


A founder and leader of contemporary
US feminism, and a major presence in
the international Women’s Movement
for more than 30 years.

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Robin Morgan - Early Career - Abbott and Costello


By 1945, she had
her own nationally
syndicated radio

She was four.

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An award-winning poet, novelist, journalist, activist, and best-selling author, Robin Morgan has published more than 20 books of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.

Her 1970 anthology Sisterhood Is Powerful has been widely credited with helping to start the contemporary feminist movement, and was cited by the New York Public Library as “One of the 100 most influential Books of the 20th Century.”

Recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Prize (Poetry) among other honors, and former Editor-in-Chief of Ms. Magazine, she founded the Sisterhood Is Global Institute, and co-founded (with Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem) the Women’s Media Center. She currently writes and hosts WMC Live with Robin Morgan, a syndicated weekly radio program with a national and international audience in 110 countries around the world.


It all began with Sisterhood Is Powerful—the collection that’s been called “the primer that started the modern Women’s Movement.”


Combat the rhetoric of the religious right with Fighting Words—the Little Red (and White and Blue) Book for reclaiming our country.


Her first book of poems sold 30,000 hardcover copies in the first six months—and was quickly termed “the anthem of the women’s movement.”


“Robin Morgan’s riveting novel The Burning Time may be about the Inquisition . . . but it’s also frighteningly relevant today.” —Jane Fonda


From the first significant public action of contemporary feminism to her time as Editor In Chief at Ms. Magazine and beyond, Robin Morgan has been a major presence in the international Women’s Movement for more than 30 years.


A national radio and network television star, beginning at the age of four. A role that made her a household name at age seven. Named “The Ideal American Girl” by the National Federation of Women’s Clubs. This was how it began.