Waterloo Women’s March, Jan. 24, 2020 – Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage
2019 AAUW Tree – Festival of Trees – Wartburg College
Waverly AAUW – Celebrating our 92nd Anniversary in 2020!
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What the Pandemic Reveals About the Male Ego – Nicholas Kristof, NY Times, June 13, 2020
Arizona Sends Two Female Senators to Washington – Why This is Important Progress – great CNN article
Gender/Pay Discrimination in Symphonies – an excellent Washington Post article on a recent lawsuit against the Boston Symphony Orchestra – 2018.
What’s Stalling Progress for Women at Work? Great article from McKinsey Quarterly – Dec. 2016
The Glass Ceiling Holds – A must-read for all of us who today have the right to vote and many other rights as women – all because of the years of hard work put in by those that came before us. This New York Times article by Gail Collins reflects on the Suffrage movement and then follows the slow, but sure steps forward culminating in the 2016 election.
Cracked But Not Shattered – 20 Women Reflect on Hillary Clinton’s Attempt to Shatter the Glass Ceiling of the Presidency – CNN Opinion asked women who lead in their fields — actors, athletes, scientists, businesswomen, activists, philanthropists and heads of state — to reflect on the meaning of Clinton’s historic candidacy. Regardless of your politics, these are provocative, yet in many ways inspiring thoughts from 20 well-known women on the challenges women face in achieving equality.
Ann Gale, State President – Oct. 20, 2016 PPT file (click here to download slides)
Voter Issues Resources:
AAUW Voter Guides – 2016 (newly updated) – be sure to check out the Presidential race and Iowa Senate race guides in particular