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Four Women Discuss Women's Rights with "Eleventh Hour" Host Ed Burrows, March 1970

Four Women Discuss Women's Rights with "Eleventh Hour" Host Ed Burrows, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1970
Caption
Women's Rights At Issue Four women with varying opinions on the new feminism confer with "Eleventh Hour" host Ed Burrows. From left, Mrs. Eugene V. Douvan, psychology professor; Mrs. James Dabbs, a housewife and member of FOCUS; Mrs. John A. Bailey, housewife and Mrs. Barbara Newell, acting vice-president for student services at the University. Their comments, which were made in a taped session, can be heard over WUOM, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. They discuss questions involving women's rights and social problems and females' role in the labor force.

Mary Dabbs Speaks To Reporter About Women's Rights, March 1970

Mary Dabbs Speaks To Reporter About Women's Rights, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1970
Caption
Julia Ericksen, left, and Mary Dabbs discuss what concerns them about being women. Both are married with small children and have husbands who are sympathetic to their concerns. They feel that women are not given privileges accorded to men, that women are discriminated against and that attitudes about women are not flexible. Several women's liberation groups have been set up locally to encourage women to talk about their problems and work for changes.