Sex discrimination in education--United States
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: These audiotapes were culled from the records of the Women's Equity Action League and include board meetings from both WEAL and WEAL Fund, conferences, and recordings from programs on women in the military, and women and employment, among other topics.
Overview: Transcripts and audiocassettes (and related consent forms, notes, correspondence, and printed material) of oral history interviews conducted by biologist Bonnie Spanier of fellow scientists.
Overview: Correspondence, memoranda, depositions, and trial transcripts from the sex discrimination class action suit, EEOC v. Tufts Institute of Learning.
Overview: Writings, speeches, correspondence, compact discs, audiotapes, DVDs, phonograph records, videotapes, electronic records, and websites of Sheila Tobias, feminist, lecturer and writer on math and science education, especially anxiety in learning as it relates to male and female students.
Overview: Correspondence, minutes, reports, audiotapes, etc., of Boston National Organization for Women, an organization working for legal, economic, and social equality for women.
Overview: Correspondence; conference material; grant proposals; legal files; legislative material; minutes; project and planning files; publications; resource material; audiovisual materials, etc., reflecting Legal Momentum's work to advance the rights of women and girls through litigation and public policy advocacy.
Overview: Records of the National Organization for Women Legal Defense & Education Fund (NOW LDEF), founded in 1970 to fight gender inequality in the United States through litigation and public policy advocacy.
Overview: Records of the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), a national membership organization with state affiliates, founded in 1968 and dedicated to improving the status and lives of all women primarily through education, litigation, and legislation.
Overview: Coverage of women's issues through television talk shows and news programs, interviews, public service announcements, and footage of conferences relating to women