Women faced challenges in overcoming cultural stereotypes against working women, as well as finding adequate childcare during working hours. Minority women also endured discrimination and dislocation during the war years
During World War II, some 350,000 women served in the U.S. Armed Forces, both at home and abroad. They included the Women’s Air force Service Pilots, who on March 10, 2010, were awarded the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal.
A lack of labor supply during World War II forced women into industrial jobs. This Flashback highlights the problems women female workers faced in a new environment.
Is there a difference between tolerance and acceptance? There is a big difference between tolerance and acceptance because tolerance is not addressing or interfering with the problem. Acceptance is being accepted by someone or a group and taking them in to support them.
This passage talks about how women came to work in the early 1900's and how the men were unsure about hiring them thinking they were 'incapable' of work. It also talks about wages and rights.
Pew Research Center collected data on today’s discrimination. They had found out nearly four-in-ten working women have experienced discrimination due to their gender. They have revealed making less than the men with the same job, according to a new analysis of Pew Research Center survey data.