Women, Power, and AT&T: Winning Rights in the Workplace
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Background materials for the Women, Power, and AT&T book are available for research at the Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, Delaware. The finding aid is located at
The chief curator there, Lynn Catenese wrote that this research “indicates meticulous scholarship and persistent advocacy toward the goal of equality for women. Her diligent work and the work of many other pioneers in the women’s movement are well documented in her papers through correspondence, personal notes and collections of informative memoranda and news articles. Herr’s extensive compilation of AT&T and EEOC records are a significant resource for examining the issue of equal rights in the workplace.”
April 2022, Keynote Presentation
The 10th Annual Capital District Feminist Studies Consortium (CDFSC) Conference
Siena College, Latham, NY
Intro to keynote videos