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HOW DID AMERICAN WOMEN ACT? HEROISM ON THE HOME FRONT
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Community in Beverly Hills
Date(s): 11/07/2019
Day(s): Thursday
Time(s): 6:30pm-8:30pm
Address: 465 North Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: 2023147859
Cost: Free

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Women’s roles changed significantly in World War II America. Many were conscripted to join the war effort and wielded new power through jobs outside the home.

But, their influence wasn’t limited to factory floors. Some women used their social and political positions to fight back against isolationism and sound the alarm about the plight of Europe’s Jews. A select few even put their lives at risk to organize acts of rescue.

Join us to explore the role of the everyday woman during this era, as well as the mindset and motivations of a few extraordinary individuals who dared to act, including Lois Gunden, Edith Rogers, and Eleanor Roosevelt.



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