Watch Tonight!: NBC Nightly News Featuring "Our Bodies, Ourselves"

By Christine Cupaiuolo — October 25, 2011

The new edition of “Our Bodies, Ourselves” has been picking up some great press from coast to coast, and tonight we’re going national!

NBC Nightly News is doing a segment on the book and its 40th anniversary featuring OBOS co-founder and executive director Judy Norsigian as well as Susan Love, Nora Ephron, Faye Wattleton and book contributor Veronica Arreola, an all-around awesome feminist and women’s health advocate.

NBC also filmed a book discussion and signing held last week at Porter Square Books in Cambridge and may include some of that footage.

NBC Nightly News is on from 6:30-7 p.m. EST. We hope you’ll watch!

UPDATE: OBOS will be featured in a 2.5-minute report at the end of the show.

Plus: If you haven’t bought your copy yet, you can learn more about the book and order it up.

And did you know that “Our Bodies, Ourselves” is available at a 70 percent discount to health clinics and certain other nonprofit organizations? Seriously. That means it’s only $7.80 per copy. For more information, scroll down to the bottom of the this page.

One response to “Watch Tonight!: NBC Nightly News Featuring “Our Bodies, Ourselves””

  1. I watched the NBC piece on the 40th anniversary and felt a great sense of appreciation and pride for what Our Bodies Ourselves has meant to so many people, including me and my three daughters. The pride is due to my mother, Davi Birnbaum, who was one of the many contrbutors to the book when she worked at Women’s Community Health. I think I recognised some of the women shown in the photos in the NBC story. Mom hosted many, many meetings. It is nice to have that connection to a wonderful part of history, er, herstory.

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