the other 50%
Where we discuss what happened to the women in history class and put them in.
5 female Negro officers of Women's League, Newport, R.I. , 1899. [?] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2001705854/.
“It is flagrantly unjust to keep women out, by whatever unconscious means we do so; and we simply cannot afford to do without women’s expertise… If that means fewer men get into the legislature as it must do – social change always has its losers as well as its winners – I am happy to look those men in the eye.“ –Mary Beard, Women and Power, p.86.