Sara Pipher Gilliam on Reviving Ophelia, Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures | Carnegie Lecture Hall | Lecture, Literary, Talk | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Sara Pipher Gilliam on Reviving Ophelia, Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures

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In 1994, Mary Pipher published Reviving Ophelia, a much-needed look at the challenges adolescent girls faced in a culture that did little to support their development into healthy, independent adults. Now, 25 years later, Pipher’s daughter Sara Pipher Gilliam, who was a teenager at the time of the book’s original publication, will present an updated version of the book for 21st-century readers. Head to Carnegie Library Lecture Hall, where Gilliam will discuss how teen girls are dealing with social media, racial and economic disparities, and youth activism as part of the Pittsburgh Arts and Lecture series.

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