- Discuss the first two questions in the "Questions" tab, which use the photograph to investigate goals and critiques of "second-wave feminism."
person or thing having to do with school, particularly college or university education.
set of fundamental freedoms guaranteed to all individuals, such as participation in the political system, ability to own property, and due process and equal protection under the law.
legislative branch of the government, responsible for making laws. The U.S. Congress has two bodies, the House of Representatives and the Senate.
questionable or leading to argument.
abuse directed toward someone living in the same home or household.
having to do with money.
(1923-1982) failed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would prohibit legal discrimination based on sex.
control of the number of children in a family and the intervals between them.
(~1800-~1939) civil rights movement focused on securing voting rights and property rights for women.
woman who is attracted to other women.
goods, services, ideas, and patterns of their use in a population.
benefit or special right.
goods or materials (including land) owned by someone.
(~1939-~1989) civil rights movement focusing on securing economic, political, social, and academic rights for women and girls. Also called "women's lib" or the "women's liberation movement."
(1924-2005) American civil rights leader and politician.
(~1989-present) civil-rights movement focused on combating inequalities women face as a result of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, economic status, or level of education.
(Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972) American legislation prohibiting discrimination in all educational programs receiving federal funds. Also called Title 9 and the Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act.
person whose gender identity does not match their physical sex.
issues surrounding the legal right and ability to campaign and cast a vote in political elections.
having to do with the developed nations of Europe and North America.