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Did you mean With Speech as My Weapon: exam goodman and the First amendments, A Unit of Study for Grades 8–12?
Falk, Candace; Cole, Stephen; Thomas, Sally – 1997
This supplementary teaching unit provides students with the opportunity to explore freedom of expression by focusing on Emma Goldman (1869-1940), a major figure in the history of American radicalism and feminism. In a period when the expression of controversial ideas was dangerous, Goldman insisted on her right to challenge conventions. She…
Descriptors: Civil Liberties, Class Activities, Curriculum Enrichment, Feminism
The Life and Times of Emma Goldman: A Curriculum for Middle and High School Students. Primary Historical Documents on: Immigration, Freedom of Expression, Women's Rights, Anti-Militarism, Art and Literature of Social Change.
Falk, Candace; And Others – 1992
The documents in this curriculum unit are drawn from the massive archive collected by the Emma Goldman Papers Project at the University of California (Berkeley). They are linked to the standard social studies and humanities curriculum themes of art and literature, First Amendment rights, labor, progressive politics, and Red Scare, the rise of…
Descriptors: Females, Feminism, Freedom of Speech, High School Students
Flocke, Elizabeth Lynne – 1987
The only woman in the first graduating class of the world's first school of journalism at the University of Missouri, Mary Paxton Keeley was offered a position as a special reporter for the "Kansas City Post" in 1910. As was typical for female journalists at the time, most of Paxton's assignments during her 15 months with the…
Descriptors: Coeducation, Educational History, Employed Women, Feminism