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Week 13 Notes

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Week 13 Notes History 225

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This consists of Monday, Wednesday, and the discussion since Friday's lecture is available online for everybody to access!
U.S. History
Dr. Steven Reich
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Date Created: 04/17/16
Discussion  Second Wave Feminism o A period of feminist activity that began in the 1960s in the U.S. that spread throughout the Western World and beyond. In the U.S. the movement lasted through the 1980s. o First-wave feminism focused mainly on the suffrage and overturning legal obstacles to gender equality (voting and property rights) o Second-wave feminism broadened the debate: sexuality, family, the workplace, reproductive rights, de facto inequalities, and official legal inequalities. Ladies Home Journal  Described domestic home life as happy, but many women did not desire this life  The women came across depressed and overburdened  Some of the women act like they have accepted that this is the life of a homemaker and that it cannot be changed Sex and the Single Girl  Helen Gurley Brown experienced this lifestyle singlehandedly  Women don’t have to commit at such a young age  Advocates for women to have “control” over the relationship  List of “musts” o Own apartment o No baby fat o Highly fashionable o Cooking ability o Smart, but not competitively intelligent against a man o Have many interests o Be sophisticated NOW  Wanted full inclusion of women into mainstream society  Both men and women have self-respect  “Truly equal partnership” Feminist Guerilla Theater  Radical  Burning feminine products in trashcans  10 points  Compared Miss America to 4-H competition I’d Rather be Black than Female  First black woman to be elected to Congress  Upon reflection she felt that being black was easier than being a woman running for a political position  Women are brainwashed into being second class citizens and they don’t even realize it 4/11 Early Civil Rights Movement (Reich, Lecture notes)  The Montgomery Bus Boycott o Local struggle coordinated by local activists o Organizers were black women o Working class nature of the movement o “Mass actions defeats mass resistance”  Segregation of public areas  Rosa Parks  Response: White violence o Four churches bombed January 10 , 1957 o MLK Jr. house bombed January 30 , 1956  Resisted and defeated White Citizens Council 4/13 Civil Rights Movement pt. 2 & The March on Washington  March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom  Demands of Freedom o Black Labor challenges unions in the urban North o CORE in Louisiana o SCLC in Birmingham o SNCC in Cambridge o Freedom Vote  Demand Equal Rights o “Civil Rights and Full Employment equals Freedom”


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