From the Vote to ‘Me Too’: Themes from the Century of Women’s Citizenship

The long struggle to end male monopoly of American franchise came with the 1919 Nineteenth Amendment.  The signal achievement of the Progressive Era feminist movement, commentators have claimed that feminism then declined, only to reappear in the late 1960s as the Women’s Liberation Movement, burning bras and protesting Miss World contests.  Does the evidence bear out this picture?  We will examine key issues galvanizing women as voters, citizens and activists across the century from suffrage to the current “Me Too” moment.  Did suffrage and citizenship make a difference?  Class members will vote.
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Section At-A-Glance

Date(s): 4/17/2019 - 4/17/2019
Registration Deadline: 4/18/2019 12:00:00 AM
Fee: $15.00
Estimated Effort: 1.00 Hours/Week
Course Type: In-Person

Meeting Times and Locations

Primary Location - Noodles & Company

Located in Eastland Plaza in the center of the strip shopping center.

2560 E 3rd St

Bloomington, IN 47401

Locations may change per Meeting


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