Gender and Race in American History

This series focuses on the intersections between gender and race in nineteenth and twentieth-century American history. Inspired by the rich history of political and social activism in New York State, using the analytical categories of gender and race—broadly defined—to illuminate power, identity, culture, citizenship rights, work, education, and reform in the U.S. 

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