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Sarah Seltzer

Sarah Seltzer

Sarah Seltzer is a journalist and writer specializing in gender, activism, and popular culture. Seltzer's work has appeared in venues such as The Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, Ms. Magazine, The Jewish Daily Forward, and NPR. 

Sarah Seltzer is a WMC SheSource expert on grassroots organizing, women's issues, and social justice. 


Featured Columns

The Two Sides of Louisa May Alcott

The Two Sides of Louisa May Alcott

December 23, 2009

A new documentary, to air next week on PBS’s “American Masters,” paints the creator of Little Women and its feminist heroine Jo as a complex personality, caught up in the needs of a difficult family. More »

Scarborough Country: Where Anti-Choice Extremism Is Swept Under the Rug

June 4, 2009

The murder of Dr. George Tiller has been the top news story of the week. But as some have noted, the tragedy has gotten scant notice from one MSNBC personality. The author sees the omission as part of a broader sexist pattern. More »


Combating The Sexualization of Girls…The Right Way

December 30, 2010