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*DIGITAL* Educator Discussion with Alan Berolzheimer

December 3, 2020
4:30 pm

Vermont Humanities Digital Channels
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Please note: this free event will be held on Zoom, but pre-registration is required. The event is limited to 15 participants. Login information will be provided by email upon registration. Register to attend this session.

Historian Alan Berolzheimer will lead three discussion sessions using recorded videos from our Democracy 20/20 Fall Conference. Educators are invited to attend all of these facilitated sessions, free of charge, to discuss the conference themes and connections and explore and share potential classroom applications. Please review the recorded session being considered and come prepared for a lively discussion!

Session One Discussion: “Women’s Suffrage: Moral Advancement or Politics as Usual?”

The suffrage movement operated under two very different principles. Elizabeth Cady Stanton saw women’s suffrage as a right that had been unfairly denied to women, while Frederick Douglass saw women’s suffrage as a means to save the country’s soul. Professor Meg Mott considers both of these visions. View the recorded lecture and educator resources.

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