“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” film screening and panel discussion
Converse College in Spartanburg will present a screening and discussion of the film, “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” November 17th in the Hartness Auditorium. In the early 1960s, American employment ads were divided into two categories: jobs for men and jobs for women. Women could not hold credit cards in their own names. Graduate and professional schools routinely denied admission to qualified women on the grounds that they would be “taking a seat from a man.” In many states, women were not called to serve on juries. Then Betty Friedan published a book called “The Feminine Mystique” about the discontent of married American women.