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Votes for Women: A History (virtual classroom)

One hundred years ago, women in the United States gained the right to vote after 70+ years of activism. Join Mary Haberman, WCC History and Political Science Instructor, to learn more about the movement--from the very first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls in 1848 to White House protests during World War I that landed women in prison, and finally the narrow passage of the 19th Amendment. We'll also discuss women voters today, and the current movement to resurrect the Equal Rights Amendment. You'll leave with a list of resources for further exploration.

Code:21W8384072EA
Dates:March 10, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:W : 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Hours:2.00
Location:Zoom Classroom 4
Instructor:Mary Haberman
Fee:$35 FeeBreakdown
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