Educated, Activist Women Who Opened College Doors for the Rest of Us
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April Young Bennett, author of Ask a Suffragist: Stories and Wisdom from America’s First Feminists, was invited to participate in the Ohio Women’s Activism blog series at the Ohio History Connection.
Shortly after publishing my book, Ask a Suffragist: Stories and Wisdom from America’s First Feminists, I was surprised when emails from middle and high school students started coming in. In retrospect it makes sense, but at the time, I didn’t know that an author is also a volunteer mentor for young students. Speaking to America’s young citizens about who came before them and how they will carry on that legacy is a privilege. I love to hear from male students, who understand that just as women’s rights are human rights, women’s history is human history, rich with information to benefit both women and men. I love to hear from female students, the beneficiaries of the work of generations of women and men who opened doors to make their education possible…Read more at the Ohio History Connection.
Educated, Activist Women Who Opened College Doors for the Rest of Us by April Young Bennett
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