Part I A. Consider employment legislation such as the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, or other employment legislation between 1963 and present. Select two pieces of legislation which have impacted women’s roles in the workforce. Describe both pieces of legislation, as well as their impact on pay equity, opportunities for women in the workforce, the concept of the glass ceiling, and so on. Include connections to the Unit 8 Dubois and Dumenil reading material to support your points.

Part II A. Address your own experiences in the workforce. Have you experienced or witnessed any type of discrimination, harassment, or pay inequity in your job or career? What has been the impact of employment legislation, in your perspective, on the workplace between 1963 and present? Address why learning about the history of women’s experiences in the workforce is useful.

Please use book as a reference also

Title: Through Women’s Eyes: An American History with Documents

APA formatting:

Connections to the Unit 8 Reading material are required for this Assignment. Be sure to include parenthetical citations and references; formatting for citations and reference entries should follow the APA 6th edition style guide, which is available under Course Resources via the APA Quick Reference Guide link.

Word Count:

The Assignment should be at least 500 words, and should employ connections to the Unit 8 Reading material. You should follow the Unit 8 Assignment template in Course Documents. Use APA formatting, including parenthetical citations and references, and structure your thoughts in essay format, including an introductory paragraph and thesis statement, supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion.


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