Iron Jawed Angels Essay Questions

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The women in the film Iron Jawed Angels and Rosie the Riveter was impacted by the “personal is political”. The decision to become an activist or not or to support the politics or not, embracing the fact that many of the women individuals experience issues, problems that are not their fault but oppression. Women always have been informed that they are dumb, unhappy, weak, pregnant, emotional bitch, the slogan suggest that we ladies are in bad circumstances since they encounter gendered discrimination and inequalities that those women wanted to correct it for fairness to change what was better and for better circumstances. And I don’t think there is currently a “third wave movement”, women in this days are more apolitical than before even for …show more content…
In one camp they forced us to be procured out to white work force, as domestics, at the low wage of anywhere from twelve dollars to nineteen dollars for each month. A portion of this wage was taken from us for recreational offices for white staff. On a portion of the camps a few of us were given employments as stylist 's and cafeteria workers, which my best friend Ayumi was stationed and she got paid as meager as fourteen dollars a month. Since I was attending college, they gave me a clerical job which payed little more than other domestic …show more content…
By that time our women were working as nurses, factories, secretaries, and attending schools. When the war ended, we returned to our home after three years of exile and finally on March 1946, the camps were closed. A 1948 law given to repayment for property losses to those incarcerated. In 1988, Congress granted compensation installments of twenty thousand dollars to every survivor of the camps including

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