Lucille Ball: Feminism In The 60's

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I did not know that Lucille Ball ever did this show, but after reading about it, I think you made a great choice. It showed women that they can still survive after a divorce and after the death of a spouse. Her career achievements helped her blaze a impressive trail for women's rights. She was one of the first woman comedians, and also one of the first to own her own company. She brought out her former husband and took over Desilu Productions. This was a huge role for her to take on as a woman, especially when many people thought she couldn’t do it.

Some shows that brought attention to feminism in the 60’s were:
Julia (1968-1971)- it was one of the first shows to revolve around an african american actress
The Flying Nun (1967-1970) - it
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