Tuesday, December 12th, 2023 @ 6:00:pm
Hank’s Oyster Bar
For many Americans, our first instinct when asked how long women had jobs in the USA is to reply “since World War Two.” Yet a little thought will often make that answer obviously incorrect. From teachers to nurses, we all know women have been in the American workforce since this country’s earliest days. On this tour at The Navy Memorial, audiences will explore how women’s roles in the workforce before WWII shined a bright light on women’s versatility and examine how those stereotypes have affected the modern workforce, especially pink collar jobs. Women have always been a large part of this country and this tour is a great chance to dive deeper into that thought.
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