The word "feminism" gets bandied about a LOT these days. What does it mean to be a feminist and is feminism necessary in this day and age?
But often lost in the conversation is the history of the modern women's movement in the US - especially the key years of 1966 to 1971.
That's the focus of a new documentary titled She's Beautiful When She's Angry.
The film combines recent interviews with the pioneers of the movement with archival footage, illustrating just what a different era it was for women
We spoke to the film's director, Mary Dore as well as one of the activists featured in the movie, Vivian Rothstein.