Suffrage Wagon News Channel is a multi-media platform of news and stories about the suffrage movement. Events and suffrage centennials celebrate women''s freedom to vote. The "Spirit of 1776" photos are from the collection of Edna Buckman Kearns.
Feminist Panel - 1996 (The audio for this video is weak, so please be sure to turn up your sound when viewing.)
The panel includes: Stephanie Riger, Alice Dan, Rebecca Campbel, and Margaret Strobel. They are interviewed by students in Jim Kelly's history of community psychology course at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
As can be noted when viewing the video, Dr Riger was Director of the Women's Studies program at UIC, and had a background in psychology and women's studies. Dr Dan was a faculty member in the School of Nursing at UIC, and Director of the Center for Research on Women and Gender. She has a background in human development, and Health Psychology from the University of Chicago. Dr Campbel was a faculty member in the Psychology Department, community psychology program, at UIC. Dr Strobel studied African History at UCLA, was working on comparative women's history between Africa and Asia, and was a Professor of Women's Studies and History at UIC.
Kelly, J. G., Dalton, J., & Francisco, V. T. (Year, Month Day). Feminist Panel on Community Psychology [Video file]. Retrieved from vimeo.com/73239802.
The Adventures of Salwa is a campaign launched by feminist activists. Salwa's goal is to resist harassment. Whether it was public in the streets or private at home and in all realms of Lebanese society.
Salwa aims to create a society without sexual harassment.
Using her episodes, Salwa wants people to understand that harassment is not acceptable, and that harassers can’t keep doing it because women won’t let them, the law won’t let them, society won’t let them, and men won’t let them.