Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom

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In the 1960s, a woman's place was seen as being in the home. She even found it hard to make a big purchase if a man wasn't with her. African-American women faced racism daily and were given low-paid, exhausting jobs. It was time for women to stand up for equal rights and equal pay. These are the stories of four trailblazers who achieved amazing things in difficult circumstances: Betty Freidan protested at the Miss America pageant against judging women on appearance. Ella Baker helped organize Freedom Schools, where black ...

Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom 2016, Raintree, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781406289541

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Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom 2015, Heinemann Educational Books

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Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom 2015, Heinemann Educational Books

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Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom 2015, Raintree, Oxford

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