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Text for class - Supreme Court Decisions and Women's Rights, 2nd edition

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  • Hi All, do we have new reading assignments?

  • Mara and I are looking forward to meeting you all at West High School bright and early this Saturday, Jan. 12th at 9 am.   In preparation, please be sure to have read the first and last chapters of our text "Supreme Court Decisions and Women's Rights."  You will need to bring it with you to class this weekend.

    Also be sure to bring your lunch as we will be working right through lunch.  Brown bag it is!

    We had a wonderful time last semester and look forward to more of the same this term.  See  you on Saturday :-)

    Sincerely,

    Kimberly J. Pace

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For March 2 class discussion

For our last class, we'll be talking about GLBT rights and gender and immigration law.I am re-sending the paper that will give you some background as to the immigration law issues we'll be discussing tomorrow.See you tomorrow morning at 9am!Refugee%20Survey%20Quarterly-2010-Musalo-46-63.pdf

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Amended Readings for Saturday, Feb. 2

The reading list for this Saturday's class has been amended. Please only review the document at http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/instree/women/engl-wmn.html.  You will need the resource for an in-class exercise, so if you will not have a computer in class, please print it out.

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Introductions

Welcome to the class! Please take a few minutes and introduce yourselves to your instructors and your fellow participants. We'd like to know your name, what and where you teach, what interested you in this course or topic, and something about yourself that will help us make a connection or remember you better. Thanks!

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