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The Equal Rights Amendment is still a debated issue in the United States. In its basic form, it would add women to the Constitution. The amendment was first written in 1923 – a few years after women won the right to vote. Decades later, it became a significant issue during the Women’s Liberation Movement. Near its almost ratification, Florida was …UCF Libraries Events
Join a panel of women academics from disciplines across the University of Central Florida as they discuss the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their teaching, scholarship, service loads and personal lives. Panelists:Dr. RoSusan Bartee, Educational Leadership and Higher EducationDr. Nessette Falu, AnthropologyDr. Amelia Lyons, HistoryDr. Leandra Preson, Women's & Gender StudiesDr. Linda Walters, Biology Register through Zoom at Women …UCF Libraries Events