Follow the Leader
Retiring legislator fought for women and the working class
Danice Picraux is a pioneer, but don’t let her catch you saying that. Born, as she says, at the “head of the baby boom” in 1946, she was raised in the aftershock of World War II. It was a time when, like a rubber band pulled too taut, the nation snapped back to traditional gender roles. The United States fled from the cultural phenomenon of women working during wartime. Returning to pre-war gender norms with a glaze of extremism, the ’50s model of the powdered, curled and aproned white housewife was born.
Councilors tackled a long agenda before a full house at their Monday, May 7 meeting. It was standing-room only with more than 100 people signed up to speak about police shootings, public access television and gas station regulation.
Student Success Summit 2014: Research Universities in a Diverse State at University of New Mexico
Student Success Summit 2014 brings together representatives from New Mexico’s research universities—New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, New Mexico State University, and The University of New Mexico—to look at undergraduate education at research institutions. The purpose of the summit is to share most effective practices, identify common and emerging issues, and discuss how these issues can be addressed at a statewide level. Please RSVP at: provost.unm.edu.
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