The Princess Ida Club came into existence in 1888. This was a significant moment within Australian history, whereby women had the same right to tertiary education as men.
Frances Beal’s ‘Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female’ in ‘The Black Woman’s Manifesto’ was a ground-breaking essay written in 1969 during movements for women’s liberation and civil rights in America and distributed as a pamphlet by The Third World’s Women’s Alliance between 1970 and 1975.
Adolf Hitler’s program for women in Nazi Society mirrored his misogynist and authoritarian ideologies. Hitler envisaged women incorporating a valuable yet limited role in Nazi society; confined to devout motherhood and exercising their natural maternal abilities through domesticity.