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The 1965 Voting Rights Act Made Voting a Reality for Black Women
The Current Gender Gap in Voting in 2019
Coalitions Create Change: Influence of Haudenosaunee and others on Suffrage Movement
A Vision for Life Sciences in the 2020s
From Classroom to Computer Screen, a Rutgers Team Helps Faculty Make the Transition During Pandemic
What Did Ratification of the 19th Amendment Mean to Women?
Faculty from Across Rutgers Join Initiative to Explore Impact of Pandemic
Rutgers Astrophysicist Discusses Findings that Shed Light on Age of the Universe
Physics Finds Ways to Fight COVID-19
Rutgers Physicist among 20 Nationwide to Receive Grant for Experimental Research
Rutgers Historian Launched Medical Ethics Class just as Pandemic Struck
100th Anniversary of Congress Passing the 19th Amendment
International Worker’s Day and Promoting Women’s Advancement in the Labor Market
Douglass Hosts New Jersey Historical Commission Conference: New Jersey Women Make History
Women’s Equality Day: Centennial Season of the 19th Amendment
In Small Class Setting, a Major Literary Figure Focuses on Students’ Stories
Honoring Shirley Chisholm
Jeannette Rankin and the Passage of the Sheppard-Towner Act
New Jersey Ratifies the 19th Amendment, February 9, 1920
Black Suffragists Lobbied Washington and Ran for Local and State Office
The Election of Muslim Women to Congress and Around the Country, 2018
The Dark Side of Positive Thinking
Patrick Carr, a Sociologist Drawn to Communities Struggling with Hardship, Dies at 53
Cheryl Wall Honored for Scholarship and Service
A Veteran AIDS Researcher at Rutgers Joins the Battle Against Coronavirus