Oyez provides audio recordings of oral arguments in Supreme Court cases, as well as links to opinions in every case decided by the Court back to 1793. For overviews of many relevant cases in Oyez, see Clare Cushman's Supreme Court Decisions and...
Abortion; Birth control; Jury duty; Pregnancy; Reproductive rights; Sex discrimination; Sex discrimination in employment; Sexual harassment; Women's rights
This digital collection includes 251 documents from the Oklahoma State Supreme Court, Civil Case No. 32756
about the first African-American woman admitted to the University of Oklahoma law school in 1948.
Organized by source type: "Maps and Images," "Court Records," "Labor Contracts," "Reference Center," "First Hand Accounts and Letters," and "Newspapers." The site also includes an interactive Indian village. Find Kathleen M. Brown's interpretive...
Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Indians of North America; Slavery
This site provides transcriptions of probate inventories, wills, and court records. The "Research Papers" section includes essays about "Sexual Misconduct," "Women in the Plymouth Colony, 1633-1668," and "Domestic Violence in the Plymouth Colony."
Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Historic sites; Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony); Social life and customs
Hightlights include oral history interviews with Ruth James, lead litigant in the court cases initiated to reopen Norfolk's schools, and Vivian Carter Mason, a founder of the Women's Council for Interracial Cooperation; records from the Women's...
African American women; Civil rights movements; School integration; Societies and clubs; Women teachers
In Buck v. Bell, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld Virginia's eugenic sterilization law. This site traces the origins of the eugenics movement, the Buck v. Bell decision, and the rise in the number of involuntary sterilizations after the 1927 case.
Eugenics; Sterilization, Involuntary
United States -- Virginia
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