East County News Service
Hear our interview, originally aired in January on KNSJ 89.1 FM radio, by clicking the audio link.
“It wasn’t the e-mails; it was the white males,” – Bonnie Price, on sexism she believed prevented Hillary Clinton from becoming president
February 18, 2017 (San Diego’s East County) – Spring Valley resident Bonnie Price is a long-time women’s rights advocate, political scientist and feminist. In January, shortly after Price marched in the historic women’s march in San Diego, we interviewed her about her concerns over the erosion of women’s rights that she spent much of her lifetime fighting to attain.
Price has advocated for women’s causes from equal pay to the equal rights amendment. She once established a Planned Parenthood clinic in rural Pennsylvania. She’s also been active in recruiting women to run for political office through the nonpartisan Run Women Run and has served as president of the East County Democratic Club. A supporter of Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations, Price still hopes to see the ultimate glass ceiling broken in her lifetime.
Scroll down to read highlights of her commetns , or click the audio link to hear our full interview.