Women’s History Lecture Series: Trailblazers
Professor Jill Zahniser presents a series of women’s history lectures.
Pauli Murray and Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Blazing the Trail to Legal Equality
As lawyers, Pauli Murray and Ruth Bader Ginsburg both broke new ground by successfully arguing landmark gender equality cases. The openly gay Murray reinvented herself several times, while Ginsburg married young and doggedly trod the path that would lead her to the Supreme Court and 21st century fame as “the notorious RBG.” Discover how these two contrasting personalities forged new and enduring directions for all American women.
Jill Zahniser is an independent scholar who holds a Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. Dr. Zahniser is the co-author of the book, Alice Paul: Claiming Power, and also authored the And Then She Said series of quotations by women. She sits on the steering committee planning the nationwide 2020 commemoration of women winning the vote. She resides on the West Side of Saint Paul.
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