Press Coverage
Stanford News Service
Project Seeks to Inspire More Women to Write Op-Ed Pieces
By Cynthia Haven

Women are far from achieving parity on the editorial pages of America: Between 80 and 90 percent of a newspaper's opinion essays—often called "op-eds"—are written by men.

Wanted: Opinionated Women
By Kate Heartfield | March 26, 2009

So much has happened -- and so little has changed -- since the gender wars of 2005.


Courtney E. Martin (OpEd Project Adviser and Mentor-Editor) appears on The O'Reilly Factor in defense of veteran journalist Helen Thomas, February 12, 2009

 BBC Radio 4 - 92 to 95 FM and 198 Long Wave
Women's Hour host Rachel Bonham Carter interviews Catherine Orenstein and columnists from The Guardian and The London Times about The OpEd Project, why women are underrepresented in the media, and the difference between American and British media on February 19, 2009. (LISTEN HERE)
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