Reposted from the Washington Post – 3/08/19 As we commemorate International Women’s Day today, we should remember the single greatest act of enfranchisement in American history, which took placeRead more
Watch video HERE. Gloria Steinem, writer and activist; Ellen DuBois, co-editor of A Passionate Life: Writings by and on Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay; Ruchira Gupta, New York University professor and the founder-presidentRead more
A celebration of the career of University of California, Los Angeles professor of history and gender studies Ellen Carol DuBois, highlighting her work on women’s suffrage, Victoria Woodhull, andRead more
Ellen Dubois, Distinguished Professor in the Department of History and Department of Gender Studies delivers the 124th UCLA Faculty Lecture.Read more
Reposted from Dissent Magazine December 1, 2008 First, close Guantánamo Bay prison. A spate of recent articles has detailed the complexities of ending the grossly unconstitutional incarceration of allegedRead more
Watch the C-SPAN video here: https://www.c-span.org/video/?108830-1/elizabeth-cady-stanton-symposium
In a discussion held at the Women’s Rights National Historic Park, panelists discussed the achievements of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Ms. Stanton was a key figure in the women’s suffrage and women’s rights movements.