Workshop: Making Visible the Work of UU Women Since 1960 Elinor Artman and Betty Hoskins Brief Description A New Yorker cartoon shows five men sitting behind a table facing an audience. One speaks: The subject of tonight’s discussion is, “Why are there no women on this panel?” Since consolidation we UU women (and some men) have been asking that question and counting. One example: in 1960 there were less than a dozen women in the ministry of the denomination that ordained the first woman minister in the U.S. Fifty years later over half of all our ministers are women. What has that done to the system? A detailed time line will be presented, and major events discussed.
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