I’m thrilled and grateful to have the book I’m writing about Dusty Roads mentioned by Sonia Pressman Fuentes during her Zoom speech to the UK’s Oxford and Cambridge University Writer’s Group this morning. Sonia, a feminist leader in the United States and a co-founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW), was the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission’s first female attorney hired in October, 1965. She wrote the legal decision that airline age and marriage rules violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Dusty was the first to file a discrimination complaint with the EEOC on July 2, 1965, on behalf of her friend, now wife, Jean Montague. I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing Sonia, whose autobiography, “Eat First—You Don’t Know What They’ll Give You” is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of women’s rights. Her personal story about her and her family’s escape from the Holocaust in Germany is also a poignant part of her book, available on Amazon.