After Words with Louise Knight
Jane Addams became the first American female to receive the Nobel Peace Prize as a vocal advocate for civil rights and a champion of social justice.… read more
Jane Addams became the first American female to receive the Nobel Peace Prize as a vocal advocate for civil rights and a champion of social justice. She was an adviser to every president from McKinley to Franklin Roosevelt and a strong proponent of the women’s suffrage movement. Her biographer, Louise Knight, discussed her contributions to American culture and politics with the director of women’s studies at George Washington University, Dan Moshenberg. close
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