03B. Status of Women in Law and Society

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3B.  Status of Women in Law and Society

 

Learning for Justice. "Browder v. Gayle: the women before Rosa Parks." [2011]
https://archive.ph/wip/EFSbW

Mary Beth Norton.  "The Constitutional status of women in 1787." [1988]
https://archive.ph/zaSHG

Marylynn Salmon.  "The Legal Status of Women, 1776–1830." [2019]
https://archive.ph/wip/jHcN0

Ann Towns.  "The status of women as a standard of ‘civilization.’"  [2009]
https://archive.ph/2b1dm

Simona Varella, Statista.com,  “Global status of women - Statistics & Facts.” [2021]
https://archive.ph/NDVn9 


Feminism has never been about getting a job for one woman. It's about making life more fair for women everywhere. It's not about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that. It's about baking a new pie. 
― Gloria Steinem
 

 

Meghan Murphy.  “Title IX, trans rights, women’s rights, and ‘bathroom bills’.” [2016]
https://archive.ph/wip/OrMIS  PODCAST

Societies in which women have lots of autonomy and authority tend to be decidedly male-friendly, relaxed, tolerant, and plenty sexy. Got that, fellas? If you're unhappy at the amount of sexual opportunity in your life, don't blame the women. Instead, make sure they have equal access to power, wealth and status. Then watch what happens. 
― Cacilda Jethá, Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality

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