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A Ladydrawers History of Women's Rights: Part I Earnings and Yearnings

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 09:12 By Anne Elizabeth Moore and Corinne Mucha, Truthout | Graphic Journalism

2013 0107ld fbWith this strip, Corinne Mucha and Anne Elizabeth Moore launch a new miniseries for Ladydrawers: a history of women's rights. In it, they'll look at some of the ways that the historic lack of women's participation has led to inequities in legislative policy that have damaged everyone. This edition, "Earnings and Yearnings," traces the birth of the women's rights movement and the lingering wage gap.

Ladydrawers History of Womens' Rights Part I Earnings and Yearnings

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Anne Elizabeth Moore and Corinne Mucha

Anne Elizabeth Moore is the award-winning author of Unmarketable (The New Press, 2007), Cambodian Grrrl (Cantankerous Titles, 2011), and several other books. She is a Fulbright scholar, teaches in the Visual Critical Studies Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, writes cultural criticism for The Baffler, The New Inquiry, N+1, and others, and reports on international aid and the garment trade for Truthout. Find out more at http://anneelizabethmoore.com.

Corinne Mucha is a Chicago based author, illustrator, and teaching artist. Her work includes the Xeric-funded My Alaskan Summer, the Ignatz-award winning The Monkey in the Basement and Other Delusions (Retrofit Comics, 2012), and the YA graphic novel Freshman: Tales of 9th Grade Obsessions, Revelations and Other Nonsense (Zest Books, 2011). See more of her work at http://www.maidenhousefly.com.

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A Ladydrawers History of Women's Rights: Part I Earnings and Yearnings

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 09:12 By Anne Elizabeth Moore and Corinne Mucha, Truthout | Graphic Journalism

2013 0107ld fbWith this strip, Corinne Mucha and Anne Elizabeth Moore launch a new miniseries for Ladydrawers: a history of women's rights. In it, they'll look at some of the ways that the historic lack of women's participation has led to inequities in legislative policy that have damaged everyone. This edition, "Earnings and Yearnings," traces the birth of the women's rights movement and the lingering wage gap.

Ladydrawers History of Womens' Rights Part I Earnings and Yearnings

Copyright, Truthout. May not be reprinted without permission.

Anne Elizabeth Moore and Corinne Mucha

Anne Elizabeth Moore is the award-winning author of Unmarketable (The New Press, 2007), Cambodian Grrrl (Cantankerous Titles, 2011), and several other books. She is a Fulbright scholar, teaches in the Visual Critical Studies Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, writes cultural criticism for The Baffler, The New Inquiry, N+1, and others, and reports on international aid and the garment trade for Truthout. Find out more at http://anneelizabethmoore.com.

Corinne Mucha is a Chicago based author, illustrator, and teaching artist. Her work includes the Xeric-funded My Alaskan Summer, the Ignatz-award winning The Monkey in the Basement and Other Delusions (Retrofit Comics, 2012), and the YA graphic novel Freshman: Tales of 9th Grade Obsessions, Revelations and Other Nonsense (Zest Books, 2011). See more of her work at http://www.maidenhousefly.com.

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