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Women’s History and the Zinn Education Project
Published on March 12, 2015 in The Education Town Hall

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How did the 8-hour work day come about? Do local students know about Lucy Parsons and the first May Day (in 1886)? Do you? Women played important roles in labor history, but their perspectives are sometimes overlooked. In honor of women’s history month, the Zinn Education Project (ZEP) has just released new resources on this topic. Veteran teacher and ZEP staff member, Julian Hipkins, III, joined the Education Town Hall to talk about the new materials and ZEP’s dedication to promoting a more accurate and complex understanding of United States history, inspired by Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States.

Here also is the “Teaching about Selma” materials mentioned in our conversation.

Interview with Julian Hipkins III starts at 30:00.

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