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Lecture 38 - Lecture 38 The Womens Rights Movement I Recap...

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April 19, 2010 Lecture 38: The Women’s Rights Movement I. Recap of where ewe left off on Women’s Rights a. Rosie the Riveter b. Betty Friedan II. Origins of Activism a. Maternalism-Women strike for peace a.i. Mothers who did not want their sons being killed in the war a.ii. Gathered together for social cause: anti-war or anti nuclear movement a.iii. Hard to fight them because mothers are seen as sacred b. Working women b.i. Wanted to get the same amount of money as others c. PCSW c.i. Permanent commission on the status of women c.ii. Many states started their own commission and created their own reforms III. Participation in 1960s Movements a. SNCC a.i. Student non-violent __ committee a.ii. Young black women stood up for themselves and wanted to make something different women jobs a.iii. Noticed that they were still doing women jobs in the committe1 b. SDS c. Counter culture and the sexual revolution c.i. People did not want to be told when they can and cannot have sex c.ii. Being in touch with one’s body c.iii.
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