Women's Rights Issues
Patricia Ireland discussed the agenda for the National Organization for Women in a speech to an audience attending a national NOW convention in Boston. In her remarks, Ms. Ireland gave a number of definitions of feminism before discussing the issues on the forefront for the feminist organization, including gay and lesbian rights, economic and political equality for women, and the Clinton administration’s position on gender issues. close
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1992 Women Candidates
Election statistics for 1992 were shown for the number of women who ran for House and Senate seats.
Patricia Ireland, National Organization for Women President, spoke to members of the National Press Club about the possibility of a…
Women in Combat
Schroeder has sponsored legislation to allow women to fight in combat.
Young Women's Rights Summit
As part of a three-day conference on the rights of young women called “Young Voices, Young Visions,” the speakers praised the young…