Women in History Expansion Pack

Recent events have brought women’s rights back into the national discussion. Workplace harassment, disparity in pay, and equality in opportunities remain major issues for most women. As more women speak up about their experiences and demand equality and respect, it is worth looking back over the history of equal rights in America.

From the first women’s rights convention in Seneca, NY, in 1848 to the current “Time’s Up” initiative, there have been a wide variety of intelligent, thoughtful, and motivated women who have influenced our history. Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Mary Church Terrell, Mary McLeod Bethune, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Betty Friedan are just a few of those who fought this battle over the years.

Our “Women in History” expansion pack explores the impact of these women and others as they fought for equal rights or simply inspired others through their work in science, politics, or education. Our history is full of inspiring women who have contributed in meaningful ways to our story. Reading about the women in our past is a great way to understand the current movement and the limitations and challenges faced by women today. Combine our history with current events to help our kids move forward so that our future is more inclusive, safer, and maybe a bit more equal.

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For more information about our expansion packs, including “Women in History,” click here.

Remember that our history boxes and expansion packs are often fully reimbursable for State and private sector families living abroad. Email us at afterschoolplans@gmail.com for more information and a Reimbursement Request Form to find out if you qualify for full reimbursement.

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