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Women at Work in the 1950s

27 Mar

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In celebration of Women’s History Month and with the rousing collective movement for women’s rights and empowerment which has been reignited over the last year, it seems fitting to look back on past recognition of women for their achievements as both a mark of progress and means of appreciation for those that worked to pave a path toward equality and justice.

So begins Laney Stevenson’s post of National Archives photographs of women at work in the 1950s. For the entire post, see here.

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History Is Not a Useless Major: Fighting Myths with Data 

18 Apr

Majoring in history has a bad rap. Really! Read the data explained by Paul Sturtevant at the American Historical Association: History Is Not a Useless Major: Fighting Myths with Data | AHA

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