1media/Credits_thumb.jpg2020-07-01T20:43:57-07:00Jenn Brandtca8b9ff85976cc2eb08bae779aeef1e3713ced6c375931Students in WMS 320: Feminist Principles (Fall 2019) and WMS 100: Sex, Gender, the Body & Politics (2019)plain2020-07-01T20:43:57-07:00Jenn Brandtca8b9ff85976cc2eb08bae779aeef1e3713ced6c
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1media/100yrsWomensVote013_small.jpgmedia/100yrsWomensVote013_small.jpg2020-06-23T17:15:37-07:00Exhibit Overview33gallery10061502020-07-08T12:50:03-07:00This exhibit honors the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment, highlighting historical and contemporary successes and struggles as they relate to the enfranchisement of women and marginalized groups. In the fall of 2019, students in WMS 320: Feminist Principles spent the semester studying women's movements on a local, national, and global level. Working with staff from the CSUDH Donald R. & Beverly J. Gerth Archives & Special Collections, students collected information, materials, and images to create posters and display cases related to the Suffrage Movement and women's political participation over the past 100 years. Students also researched and interviewed local organizations and individuals in order to highlight contemporary women and women’s issues that are relevant to our current political moment and the continued fight for women’s rights.
The final project culminated in the posters, display cases, and zine that are featured in this online exhibit. Students in WMS 100: Gender, Sex, the Body & Politics also contributed to the creation of the posters on contemporary women's issues, as well as art images for the exhibit's zine.
This project was made possible with support from California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit calhum.org.
This online exhibit was created in collaboration with CSUDH's Women's Studies Program, CSUDH Donald R. & Beverly J. Gerth Archives and Special Collections, and California Humanities.
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