Tag: Susan B. Anthony
‘The Right of a Woman to Her Own Person:’ Interview with ‘Jane Against the World’ Author Karen Blumenthal
Abortion rights is a topic that some teachers may choose to avoid or be prohibited from teaching. Karen Blumenthal’s latest book, “Jane Against the World,” provides students with a well-researched and nuanced history of reproductive rights in America, connecting to larger issues of poverty, racism, and gender and workplace discrimination. Learn more about the censorship she experienced while researching Texas state documents as well as experiences with censorship related to her books.
Intellectual Freedom News 4/5/2019
Colson Whitehead to Keynote Freedom to Read Foundation’s 50th Anniversary Celebration; College President Sparks Controversy by Taking Down Blackface Photos; ALA Joins Groups Opposing Census Citizenship Question; Happy Birthday, Maya Angelou
Forget Conventionalisms: A Susan B. post for Women’s History Month
Celebrating the remarkable, revolutionary role that Susan B. Anthony played not just in helping gain suffrage for women but in advocating for intellectual freedom.