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This exhibit marks the opening for research of eight collections of 20th century women activists. These new resources highlight women's part in the multiple struggles for social change that span the century including labor, socialism, civil liberties, peace, racial justice, urban reform, welfare rights, and women's rights.
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Digitized primary sources from the Temple University Libraries. These collections include (among others) documents from the Civil Rights Movement in Philadelphia and many other social justice/movement-related photos.