In the Archives - Suffrage Part 1
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In this episode of In the Archives - Suffrage Part 1, Wright State University Archivist Dawne Dewey talks about suffrage and the women's rights movement. She points out the risks these women took in participating in these activities. One particular event that Dewey highlights is from 1910 when the Young Women's League took over the Dayton Daily News for the day. They jobs typically done only by men, such as, reporters and press runners.
In the Archives is sponsored by the Friends of the Libraries at Wright State University. Wright State's New Media Incubator created the video. Jennifer Ware was the executive producer. Nicolas Green and Amanda Harris served as Producers/Directors/Videographers/Editors.
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