Anorexia nervosa and recovery : a hunger for meaning / Karen Way.  Through the voices of twenty-one women, Karen Way presents the most objective, complete, and compassionate picture of what anorexia nervosa is about and, more importantly, of the complex individual variables and obstacles in the journey to recovery.

The cost of choice : women evaluate the impact of abortion / preface by Jean Bethke Elshtain Captures the moral, legal, medical and political complexities surrounding abortion.

Read about the wage gap.   A History of Pay Inequity and the Equal Pay Act: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/employment-equality/womens-rights/65265.html

The Wage Gap: A History of Pay Inequity and the Equal Pay Act

Statistics for adults who've graduated college. Times have changed.

Fun statistics for adults!

Irish Women : Nell McCafferty (a journalist, civil rights campaigner, feminist and a playwright) was born in the Bogside, Derry in 1944. She was co-founder of the Irish Women's Liberation Movement in 1970. They demanded equal pay, equality before the law, equal education, justice for deserted wives, unmarried mothers and widows and contraception. At this time women were treated as cheap labour and forced to resign from jobs if they were married. In 2004, she released her autobiography…

Irish Women : Nell McCafferty (a journalist, civil rights campaigner, feminist and a playwright) was born in the Bogside, Derry in 1944. She was co-founder of the Irish Women's Liberation Movement in 1970. They demanded equal pay, equality before the law, equal education, justice for deserted wives, unmarried mothers and widows and contraception. At this time women were treated as cheap labour and forced to resign from jobs if they were married. In 2004, she released her autobiography…

In Cincinnati in the early 1970s, a lone woman made a stand for equal pay.

Pictured above is a typical feminist protest. This one in particular shows a protest involving equal pay between the genders.

Equal pay for equal jobs, 1970s

52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever - Women's Liberation Coalition March, Detroit, Michigan.

1970 Equal Pay Act - men and women get the same wage for same job.

PUBLIC REACTION: Sewing machinists at Ford's Dagenham plant went on strike which resulted in the women agreeing to return to work and the conception of the 1970 Equal Pay Act.

What’s She Worth? The Slow Road to Equal Pay [Infographic]    Women have been fighting for the right to equal pay in the workforce for decades. While developments have been slow, it’s obvious that time has been kind to the women who have fought to close the gap between the median wages received by men vs. women — but not kind enough. women in business, women business owners

What's She Worth? The Slow Road to Equal Pay [Infographic]

The Equal Pay Act 1970 came into force in December 1975. In 2013, more than 37 years later, women still earn an average £5,600 a year less than men.

The Equal Pay Act 1970 came into force in December In more than 37 years later, women still earn an average a year less than men.

A True Hippie's Blog — 70rgasm:   70s Feminism

Early women’s rights protestors-- can you believe we're STILL fighting for equality 40 years later?

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