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    Campaigns to improve the quality of women's primary education and to ensure their access to schools of higher learning were among some of the first reform efforts undertaken by women. Great debates raged as to the amount and content of schooling women should receive.

    Teaching from Objects and Stories Learning about the Bering Sea Eskimo People

    Facing History Partners with and Bully Project

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    Many Latinos have immigrated to the United States. Whether their experiences are told firsthand or handed down from parents and grandparents, they seek to communicate the importance of their journeys and their culture. Powerful, provocative, and contemplative, the Latino artists featured here speak through their artworks.

    Women's History Examine print materials, photographs, and webcasts presenting women’s sometimes-overlooked contributions to history; learn about women as diverse as Jane Addams, Dorothea Lange, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman and Zora Neale Hurston.

    Women's Suffrage: Their Rights and Nothing Less Lesson Overview

    Law Library of Congress The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is generally perceived as having granted women more freedom in the workplace and a right to expect equal treatment.73 Despite glass ceilings and other impediments, the passage of this act was a major legal victory. It was the cumulation of several struggles that began early in United States history.

    In this video from Women War & Peace, the peace talks in Accra, Ghana have made no progress. Frustrated with the lack of progress, the women in Accra stage a sit-in at the peace hall, essentially locking the delegates in the room. The mood at the peace talks sobers and after two weeks, an agreement is reached. Charles Taylor will be exiled. The women return home to celebrate their victory. Learn more about the documentary Women, War & Peace: Pray the Devil Back to Hell. Jean K. Bruce

    1. This week's poll explores ways general and special educators in the TT community collaborate in their schools.

    Immigration Immigration You came here seeking freedom... Themed Resources Home | Primary Source Sets | Lesson Plans | Exhibitions and Presentations | Collection Connections | Search Terms | For Students Trace the immigrant experience and study contributions by immigrant Americans through historic film clips; images of Ellis Island, Angel Island and immigrant groups; presentations, letters and manuscripts.