The Second Wave Feminist Movement
The feminist movement's "second wave" started after women were forced out of the workplace following World War II, gained traction in the mid-1960s and essentially ended with the failure to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment by 1982. In 1968, Women's Liberation groups began to emerge around the country. Explore the conditions that created an environment ripe for questioning traditional gender expectations and issues that came to the forefront at this time including women's roles in the family and the workplace, continuing gender inequality and sexuality and reproductive rights.
|Dates:||March 13-27, 2018 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||12 N to 1:30 PM|
|Location:||Creutzburg Center 101|
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