Native American Women Inform Early Feminists
Dates: November 8, 2023
Meets: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Course Fee: $35.00
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In colonial America, white feminists believed liberation was possible because they knew many women from the Iroquois nation, whose culture gave them far more power and influence than any white women had at that time. Discusses how Iroquois women in the 1700s selected local chiefs, managed farming and village life and inspired white feminists to write the classic documents that fuel the struggle for women's rights today.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||Course Fee||$ 35.00|
Jeff Heller, Historical Novelist Studied history, government and economics at Georgetown University. Jeff specializes in Colonial-era Canada. He has presented at cultural festivals, night schools, book clubs and libraries throughout the Northeast US.firstname.lastname@example.org
|11/08/2023||Wednesday||7 PM to 8 PM ||Creutzburg Center 100 |