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GWS 222 Gender Law and Justice

This course explores the influence of gender on legal rights in the United States historically and today, focusing in constitutional rights, employment, education, reproduction, the family, gender-based violence, and related issues.


This Library Guide will guide you to research:

  • about the historical development and current status of legal rights based on gender in the U.S.
  • Activism around legal rights
  • Equality, equity, social justice and other legal terms
  • legal cases and legal reasoning

I am your librarian. My name is Kellian Clink and I love helping students. Contact me at or call me at 507 389 5152.

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