Kyle McGrath speaks at "Women in American History" event - March 1, 2014
This video features Kyle McGrath who spoke at our "Women in American History" event on Saturday, March 1, 2014.
Kyle says: "The details/background of this speech are that about a couple months ago I was asked by the Bloomfield Republican Women's Club to be a presenter at their annual 'Women in American History' event. It was on March 1st, 2014, Saturday morning, and was attended by about 40 to 50 women who wanted to learn more about American history and how it related to feminism.
"I was given the 'early 1900' slot, and decided to focus my speech on Alice Paul and the National Women's Party. In my research, I found an early strand of 'conservative' feminism that seems to had been forgotten about by most feminists, so I focused my speech on that. It seemed to get a good reception. It is academic but hopefully interesting too!"
Kyle McGrath is a teacher of history and government at Milford High School