Episode #2522 -
Women's Rights: A Century In Review
With women receiving the right to vote in Illinois in presidential elections 100 years ago, we'll discuss the progress women have made in the intervening years and what women's rights issues remain to be resolved.

The discussion will revolve around early efforts by suffragists like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The Feminine Mystique, Title IX, the failed Equal Rights Amendment, equal pay and other women's issues.
Original Air Date(s): 4/11/2013
Guest Information
  • Dr. Erika Quinn - Eureka College Assistant Professor of History
  • Dr. Stacey Robertson - Bradley University Associate Professor of History
  • Dr. Rita Ali - Illinois Central College VP of Diversity
Dr. Erika Quinn - Eureka College Assistant Professor of History
Dr. Erika Quinn - Eureka College Assistant Professor of History
Dr. Stacey Robertson - Bradley University Associate Professor of History
Dr. Stacey Robertson - Bradley University Associate Professor of History
Dr. Rita Ali - Illinois Central College VP of Diversity
Dr. Rita Ali - Illinois Central College VP of Diversity
The Feminine Mystique
The Feminine Mystique
Dr. Stacey Robertson, Dr. Erika Quinn, Dr. Rita Ali  and H Wayne Wilson
Dr. Stacey Robertson, Dr. Erika Quinn, Dr. Rita Ali and H Wayne Wilson
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