Her Story: Women's History through an Equity Lens - Quiz
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HerStory: Women's History Through an Equity Lens
Speaker: Dr. Lisa Corrigan, Associate Professor of Communication, Director of the Gender Studies Program and Affiliate Faculty in African and African American Studies Program.
Abstract: This talk examines the shifting political context of women's equality to understand historical and contemporary issues facing U.S. women as a social class, including: unequal political representation, poverty, social violence, the wage gap, the glass ceiling, second shift labor, and leaky pipelines.
Sponsored by the following U of A Units: School of Law, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance and Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
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