Women's Stories (From Women)
For women’s history month, The Washington Post is opening up our archives to resurface profiles of interesting women — as written by interesting women. Explore more with #womenbywomen on Twitter, and share your favorites using the hashtag.
- •At 90, Alice Roosevelt Longworth didn't care who she offended in this mean, funny 1974 interviewWritten by Sally Quinn: http://wpo.st/0IaQ1
- •How Sandra Day O'Connor became the most powerful woman in 1980s AmericaWritten by Marjorie Williams: http://wpo.st/UJaQ1
- •In 1989, Alice Walker had so much wisdom about love, literary success and hair careWritten by Donna Britt: http://wpo.st/5HaQ1
- •25 years ago, Madonna was hitting peak Madonna — and sharing every last secretWritten by Martha Sherrill: http://wpo.st/AqXQ1
- •In 1983, the women's movement was changing. But Gloria Steinem stood her groundWritten by Elisabeth Bumiller: http://wpo.st/IDaQ1
- •The moment of existential terror that helped Maya Angelou find her wayWritten by Lynn Darling: http://wpo.st/PFaQ1