How the 'bra burners' of the Miss America 1968 protests left their mark on feminism
Press of Atlantic City
Women protesting the Miss America pageant on Sept. 8, 1968, in 1968 toss their bras, girdles, high-heeled shoes, fake eyelashes and other items into a “freedom” trash can. The symbolic action sparked the term 'bra burners,' though no bras were actually ...
D.C.'s 5 best celebrity homes of 2016
Other notable names attached to this listing include New Republic publisher Michael Straight and American singer and beauty pageant titleholder Yolande Betbeze Fox. The listing offers six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, and large entertaining spaces.
Here's Vintage Footage Of Jackie Kennedy Moving into the Georgetown Home That's Now for Sale
According to the woman who has lived at 3017 N Street since 1976, former Miss America Yolande Betbeze Fox, the basement still has bolts of fabric that Kennedy decorator Billy Baldwin bought to use throughout the grand home.” This video posted on ...
Susie Moore, who was 'like a sister' to Yolande Betbeze Fox, dies at 93
The siblings remember spending time at the Betbeze home, where there was a slot machine. "She would give me a jar of nickels and let me keep whatever I won," James said of Ethel Betbeze. He remembers Ethel joking that Yolande Betbeze Fox was her ...