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April 3, 2013 - 12:11 am

Filmmaker Michele Midori Fillion visits Michelle Fields and Next Generation TV to discuss her documentary No Job for a Woman. Fillion’s film reveals the journey of female war correspondents during World War II. Hear about the story of these trailblazing journalists as Michelle Fields reveals one the lesser known stories form World War II.

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The Next Generation initiatives from PJ Media were launched in February 2013. Under the brand of NextGeneration.TV, they focus on the issues of the day through the perspective of the next generation, as well as how all Americans can stand up for their nation’s future. Through weekly newsletters and alerts, Internet TV, live events, social media, and outreach programs, the NextGeneration.TV team helps grandparents, parents and youth examine the issues confronting the next generation in the areas of America’s economic future, educational pursuits, employment, safety and security, and basic human freedoms.

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And which war correspondent has been most vigorously resuscitated? Martha Gellhorn, perhaps because of her connection to Ernest Hemingway. And the politics of the various female correspondents not mentioned here, but I did: see http://clarespark.com/2012/12/26/martha-gellhorn-blogs/.
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