Rachel Hurnyak Comments on Take Back the Night 2005
In this article in the April 15, 2005 edition of The Dickinsonian, Rachel Hurnyak comments on the crowd at the Take Back the Night rally and the speech given by Associate Provost Joyce Bylander.
The Dickinsonian Reports on the Clothesline Project
Cumberland County recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Jennifer Vogelsong reports in the October 10, 1999 Carlisle Sentinel on Cumberland County's recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, including a cutting of a purple ribbon and the Silent Witness Project.Â The article also announces Dickinson's Clothesline Project, which was up on exhibit the same month.
The Sentinel on "The Clothesline Project"
Article on "The Clothesline Project" in the Dickinsonian
Rebecca Walker and the 'Third Wave of Feminism'
Voices of Today's Woman Seminar Held in 1972
In 1972 on October 5, 6 and 8, Dickinson held a seminar on women in
coordination with the Bicentennial Homecoming the same weekend.Â The
seminar was "designed to examine the political, educational, legal, and
social conditions in our society which sometimes tend to reduce women's
participation as full partners with men in many aspects of life."Â It was the first seminar on women ever held at Dickinson
and included a play by the Mermaid Players, speeches, workshops and
exhibits.Â C. Delores Tucker, Secretary of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, was the major speaker.Â
"Voices of Today's Woman" Exploring Women's Rights
Mary Ames Raffensperger, M.D. and C. DeLores Tucker were main speakers at "Voices of Today's Woman," a special seminar devoted specifically to women. Dr.Raffensperger was a Coordinator of Rehabilative Services of Childrens' Hospital of Philadelphia and Associate Professor of Pediatrics of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Ms. Raffensperger was also a Trustee of the College, where she received the honorary Doctor of Science degree in 1965.
Ms.Tucker Claims "the American woman's second-class status has been her own fault."
Honorable C. DeLores Tucker, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1972 was the main speaker in "Voices of Today's Women" Seminar. Her address was, "Where Do We Go From Here? An Appraisal of the Expanding Role of Women in the 1970's?" was given on Friday, October 6th in the Social Hall. Ms. Tucker was the first Black woman ever named to a Cabinet post in Pennsylvania and was the highest ranking Black woman in the state government in the country at the time. She was also the first Black vice-chairman of the Democratic State Party.