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(2022) (2022, originally published 2022), 42 page(s)
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Women’s Issues, President’s Commission on the Status of Women 1961-1968, Tour of Hyde Park 6/16/62
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written by Bess Furman Armstrong, 1894-1969, United States. President’s Commission on the Status of Women, in The Papers of Caroline Farrar Ware, Pioneer Historian, Consumer Advocate, and Civil Rights Stalwart, of ProQuest (Ann Arbor, MI) (1962), Part III, Reel 28 (2022), 9 page(s)
written by Bess Furman Armstrong, 1894-1969, United States. President’s Commission on the Status of Women, in The Papers of Caroline Farrar Ware, Pioneer Historian, Consumer Advocate, and Civil Rights Stalwart, of ProQuest (Ann Arbor, MI) (1962), Part III, Reel 28 (2022), 9 page(s)
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written by Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939- and Rima Lunin Schultz, fl. 2004 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2021), 125 page(s),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
written by Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1939- and Rima Lunin Schultz, fl. 2004 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2021), 125 page(s),
Source: documents.alexanderstreet.com
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How and Why Did American Women Reformers Support Russian Revolutionary Catherine Breshkovsky before 1917 and Withdraw Their Support in 1919?
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(Privately Published, 2019), 2 mins
Prior to the Bolshevik Revolution in late 1917, the Russian revolutionary movement enjoyed broad support among American progressives in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. The arrival of Catherine Breshkovsky, a well-educated, noble-blooded revolutionary, further solidified these ties between Russia...
(Privately Published, 2019), 2 mins
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Unjust Conditions: Women's Work and the Hidden Cost of Cash Transfer Programs
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written by Tara Patricia Cookson, fl. 2018 (2018) (California: University of California Press, 2018, originally published 2018), 212 page(s)
Unjust Conditions follows the lives and labors of poor mothers in rural Peru, richly documenting the ordeals they face to participate in mainstream poverty alleviation programs. Championed by behavioral economists and the World Bank, conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs are praised as efficient mechanisms for...
written by Tara Patricia Cookson, fl. 2018 (2018) (California: University of California Press, 2018, originally published 2018), 212 page(s)
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Daily Watch, Women And The Saudi Revolution
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presented by Zanny Minton Beddoes; produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2018), 7 mins
Saudi Arabia is one of the most conservative countries in the world. But a social revolution has begun. The Economist's editor, Zanny Minton Beddoes takes a road-trip around Riyadh to examine what a more moderate Saudi would mean for its women, and the rest of the world.
presented by Zanny Minton Beddoes; produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2018), 7 mins
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#MeToo, Now What?, Season 1, Episode 1, The Reckoning
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presented by Zainab Salbi, 1969-; produced by Titi Yu, fl. 2004 and Colleen Dunnegan, fl. 2018, Public Square Media and Women in the World Media, in #MeToo, Now What?, Season 1, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 27 mins
The reckoning has begun. Women have broken their silence and the world is finally listening. To have this moment be a transformative movement in American history, we examine the pain behind the anger, why it took so long for women to speak out, and the price women paid when they "Leaned In" and spoke up. Today we...
presented by Zainab Salbi, 1969-; produced by Titi Yu, fl. 2004 and Colleen Dunnegan, fl. 2018, Public Square Media and Women in the World Media, in #MeToo, Now What?, Season 1, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2018), 27 mins
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