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Women's Movement at UD

Focusing on the themes of diversity, equity, and inclusion, this research project in collaboration with at the University of Dayton Archives and Special Collections constructs a timeline of women's rights movement at the University of Dayton from the 1960s to the founding of the Women’s Center in 2003.

From FlyerNews articles, administrative papers, to records from women’s rights-related associations, this comprehensive history of women on campus echoes the larger historical movements of feminism and women’s liberation. The review also spotlights women at UD who made a difference.

Independent Revolts

Interview with Lynn Brumfield ‘71

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FlyerNews Archives

A Movement Over the Decades

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The driving force behind the Center is a diverse group of dedicated faculty, staff, and students each bringing their own expertise and knowledge to our work in the human rights arena.

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