But every time I got into an argument with either a chauvinist male or a chauvinist female, I found I lacked the arguments to support my point. I found that some people don't believe that discrimination is wrong or that everyone should have an equal chance. This class gave me good, solid arguments.—a college student.
For the second year the Minnesota Women's Center (MWC) and the Living-Learning Center (LLC, a part of University College) at the University of Minnesota are offering a directed-study project, "Introducing High School Students to the Women's Movement." Two main goals of the two-quarter, six to eight-credit sequence answer the needs of high school students for information and education about the women's movement, and provide undergraduate women at the University with research and development training in women's studies.