Actress Jane Fonda receives the 2016 Coolidge Award at Coolidge Corner Theatre on January 31, 2016 in Brookline, Massachusetts.
In addition to her dynamic acting career, Fonda is also known as a bestselling author (My Life So Far, Being a Teen, Prime Time) and a passionate social change activist. Since her early anti-war activity in the 1960s, which has continued through the past half century, Fonda has also advocated for environmentalism, the feminist movement, and teen health and empowerment. She is a co-founder and board member (along with Gloria Steinem and Robin Morgan) of Women’s Media Center, a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that women are well-represented at all levels in the media. Additionally, she is a co-founder and board member of Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential (GCAPP), the Jane Fonda Center at Emory University, and the Thomasville Community Resource Center. All three community-based organizations serve youth and families in the areas of health and education.
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