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Friday, December 9, Undergraduate Study Guide. In this unit we will examine:. Before Class. During Class. We will start by sharing the floor plans we created for our childhood homes.
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The Patriarchy of Sex
Beauty, and What It Means: Thoughts on a Word: Fair
After the Civil War, women's rights activists disagreed about whether to support ratification of the 15th Amendment , which provided voting rights regardless of race, but which did not explicitly enfranchise women. The resulting split in the women's movement marginalized African-American women, who nonetheless continued their suffrage activism. The struggle for the vote did not end with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in ,  which expanded voting rights substantially, but did not address the racial terrorism that prevented African-Americans in southern states from voting, regardless of sex. The origins of the women's suffrage movement are tied to the Abolitionist movement.
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NO ROOM FOR ROMA FEMINISM IN WHITE FEMINISM
Once the egalitarian passions of the American Revolution had dimmed, the new nation settled into a conservative period that saw the legal and social subordination of women and non-white men. Among the Founders who brought the fledgling government into being were those who sought to establish order through the reconstruction of racial and gender hierarchies. Politicians, ministers, writers, husbands, fathers and brothers entreated Anglo-American women to assume responsibility for the nation's virtue.
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