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HST251: Social History of American Women (Worthington): Home


Welcome to the Research Guide for HST251, Social History of American Women.  Please use this guide to find resources for your annotated bibliography.  Please contact myself or any BCC Librarian if you have any questions.

Who was A. Philip Randolph?

"Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History." - Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

What does it take to make history? From Susan B. Anthony to Rosa Parks to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, there's been no shortage of women who weren't afraid to fight the good fight and change the world.  This course is putting the spotlight on the contributions of women in history by honoring the pioneers who made major advances in civil rights, women's suffrage, racial equality, environmental justice, reproductive rights, and much, much more.

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Emily Brown
Fall River Campus