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Home 2019 Gunlogson Presentation

2019 Gunlogson Presentation

When: Tuesday, April 23 @ 12:00pm

Where: NDSU Archives • 3551 7th Ave. N. Fargo, ND

"The First of Its Kind": North Dakota and the National Women’s Conference

Presented by: 

Christi McGeorge, Professor, NDSU Department of Human Development and Family Science

Ashley Baggett, Assistant Professor, NDSU Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies

In 1977, women from North Dakota traveled to the first and only federally funded women’s conference where Americans from all over the country gathered to address inequalities women faced. Bringing with them a list of 40 resolutions, the North Dakota delegates helped pass a comprehensive Plan of Action that sought to advance everything from the rights of homemakers to equal pay as well as address the inequity experienced by Native American women. Their experiences at and prior to the National Women’s Conference demonstrate a vibrant community of North Dakota women who worked to create more equality for themselves and women across the state and country. View more details from NDSU News.

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The Gunlogson fund, established by a gift from G.B. Gunlogson’s charitable remainder trust, supports scholarly work related to the publications and archives of the Institute for Regional Studies, advancing general university outreach. The fund is jointly managed by the NDSU College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the NDSU Libraries to enhance NDSU's land grant mission through Institute projects that preserve the cultural heritage of North Dakota.

 

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