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American Heritage Lecture: All Persons Born or Naturalized are Citizens?

Date & Time:
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Details:

The Rights of Women as Citizens in the United States

The United States has always promoted itself as the keeper of liberty and of civil rights but, until the 20th century, just over 50% of its population was disenfranchised and silenced: women. Dr. Anna M. Duch traces the history of women's rights in the United States, from the letters of Abigail Adams, to the first women to own land in their own names, and the first women to be elected to office (despite not being able to vote themselves!), to the continuing struggle after the 19th Amendment to attain true social and legal equality. Dr. Duch will also discuss the waves of feminism and where women are now in a global, digital age.

Zoom Link: https://columbiastate.zoom.us/j/94328163179



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American Heritage Lecture: All Persons Born or Naturalized are Citizens?