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Campus Times
March 9, 2001


photo by Lauren Wooding

Professing the need for women to stop internalizing the beliefs and vales of a male dominated society, Antonia Darder, professor at Claremont Graduate School, spoke Tuesday about women's social, economic and personal issues. She emphasized the everyday injustices that work against women's own interests.


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