Remember The Ladies: The Importance of Women's History | TEDxColumbusWomen
Dr. Emily Krichbaum earned her doctorate from Case Western Reserve University and is an expert in American women's history and politics.
"Currently, less than 10% of American history curriculum focuses on women. And, of that 10%, 60% highlights American women as the helpmate and domestic partner. How are these selected historical examples shaping the attitudes of young boys and self-esteem of young girls? What would happen if we included more and more diverse stories of American women in American history--and young girls begin to see themselves in the curriculum they study?"
Length: 6m 25s
The Ohio History Connection Exhibit: Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change
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