Mar 3

The Difference Intersectionality Makes: Teaching the Suffrage Movement Today

Event Oval, The Diana Center
  • Add to Calendar 2020-03-03 17:30:00 2020-03-03 17:30:00 The Difference Intersectionality Makes: Teaching the Suffrage Movement Today The commemoration of the 19th Amendment often serves as a reminder of how many strides in equal rights have excluded women of color. Barnard alumna Marilyn Sanders Mobley ’74, professor of English and former vice president for inclusion, diversity, and equal opportunity at Case Western Reserve, examines the present political landscape and discusses how society might address and remedy this history of exclusion. Event Oval, The Diana Center Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

The commemoration of the 19th Amendment often serves as a reminder of how many strides in equal rights have excluded women of color. Barnard alumna Marilyn Sanders Mobley ’74, professor of English and former vice president for inclusion, diversity, and equal opportunity at Case Western Reserve, examines the present political landscape and discusses how society might address and remedy this history of exclusion.