Feminism, Women's Rights Discussed at U of M Event
A seminar at the University of Minnesota will be talking about historic milestones, political issues, and modern realities of the feminism movement.
The lively discussion will be led by Center on Women and Public Policy Co-Founder Arvonne Fraser, Morse Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Political Science Kathryn Pearson, and Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Lori Sturdevant.
The discussion will also talk about the Equal Rights Amendment and the “second wave” of feminism seen in the 1970s.
The lecture takes place from 9-11 a.m. Tuesday, July 31, at the Continuing Education and Conference Center. It costs $50 to attend.
To register for the event, click here.