Marlo Thomas

THE PALEY CENTER CELEBRATES Free to Be…You and Me at 40

By Iman Lababedi | March 4, 2014

First a platinum LP, then a best-selling book—and then, at last, an award-winning prime-time television special. In 1974, Free to Be…You and Me burst into homes across America, introducing children (and their parents) to a whole new way of combining education and entertainment

Marlo Thomas' "Free To Be You… And Me" Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | January 9, 2014

The stories, the album, is unthreatening and yet steady through its positive force. It attacks nobody but remains true to its vision of a world where opportunities for both girls and boys are blossoming and people are free to be who they are.