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She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women's Equality

A sweeping, smart, and smart-ass graphic history of women's quest for equalityIn March 2017, Nevada surprised the rest of the country by suddenly ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment, thirty-five years after the deadline had passed. The ERA is now just two states short of total ratification. Two states and a legacy of shame are standing between American women and full equality. She the People takes on the campaign for change by offering a sweeping, highly illustrated, sometimes sarcastic look at women's rights and citizenship. Journalist, historian, and activist Jen Deaderick takes readers on a walk down the ERA's rocky road to become part of our Constitution. Divided into 12 historical periods between 1776 and today, each era highlights specific changes in the legal status of women along with the significant cultural and social influences of the time, so women's history is understood as an integral part of U.S. history, rather than a tangential sideline.Clever and dynamic, She the Peo...

Title : She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women's Equality
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ISBN : 9781580058711
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 208 pages
Status : Available For Download
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She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women's Equality Reviews

  • Beth

    This was a good basic overview of the history of feminism in America - not an in-depth exploration, to be sure, but a nice jumping off point for people who are new to this, and a good place to find out the names of people and movements to research more. However, this book is NOT a "graphic history" - it's a book of text with occasional line-drawing illustrations sprinkled in. I went into this expecting a graphic novel (a la John Lewis' "March" or Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis") and was a little ...more