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CRM gains…. On a notebook piece of paper answer: What did African Americans gain (+) from the CRM? Give at least 4 different examples of accomplishments. Be as specific as possible. Explain what each accomplishment was and how / why it was positive for the movement.

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crm gains
CRM gains…
  • On a notebook piece of paper answer:
    • What did African Americans gain (+) from the CRM?
      • Give at least 4 different examples of accomplishments. Be as specific as possible.
      • Explain what each accomplishment was and how / why it was positive for the movement.
  • *Confidence for other groups to fight for civil rights – the widening struggle
women
Women
  • 80% of women dropped out to marry (1950’s)
  • Birth rate spike
  • Few women in “professions”
second wave civil rights equality 1950 1970
Second Wave: Civil Rights / Equality 1950-1970
  • Inspired by
      • African American CRM
      • Ground breaking book by Betty Friedan
        • Feminine Mystique
    • “ Each suburban wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries, matched slipcover material, ate peanut butter sandwiches with her children, chauffered Cub Scouts and Brownies, lay beside her husband at night — she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question — "Is this all?"
  • ** inspired Women to reach full potential inside & outside of the home
women demand equality
Women Demand Equality
  • Opportunity, rights, equality
slide6
ERA
  • The Equal Rights Amendment
    • Introduced in 1923
    • Passed both houses in 1972
    • Failed to get 2/3 vote in States

Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

n o w
N.O.W.
  • National Organization for Women (1966)
    • Equal pay
    • Discrimination (Title IX)
    • Reproductive Rights (Roe v Wade)
slide9

1965 - 60 cents /dollar

    • 2004 – 76 cents / dollar
  • Equal Pay Act of 1963
    • Little impact
title ix
Title IX
  • 1972 - Title IX
    • nyt on Title IX
    • title IXvideo(7:30)

"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance..."

controversy
Controversy
  • Compliance?
  • Men’s Programs?
  • Rather than spend money on expanding sports for women, many schools have instead cut men’s teams in order to comply with the proportionality method.
reproductive rights
Reproductive Rights
  • The Pill
    • Approved in 1960, but limited until:
  • Griswold v Connecticut (1965)
    • “right to marital privacy”
  • Eisenstadt v. Baird(1972)
    • "right of the individual”

Overturned CT law that outlawed "any drug, medicinal article or instrument for the purpose of preventing conception." (1879)

reproductive rights1
Reproductive Rights
  • Roe v Wade (1972) (Before Roe map)
    • right to privacy under the due process clause in the 14th Amendment extends to a woman\'s decision to have an abortion….
    • Health of mother? life of the baby?
other
Other…
  • Feminism = movement for women’s equality
  • Affirmative Action
        • 2x Medical students
        • 4x law students
  • Glass ceiling
    • Invisible barrier to advancement
objective
Objective:
  • You will identify and learn why and how the civil rights movement expanded to other groups
    • Women
    • Latinos
    • American Indians
    • Asian Americans
    • Disabled Americans
    • Gay Americans
    • Older Americans
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