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  •    Kanopy
    Wed, 20 Sep 2017

    Kanopy¬†Kanopy, a new multidisciplinary educational video database, is now branching into popular, Hollywood and foreign film as well. Performance rights are included with videos in this database. Clips, playlists and embedding are possible. Links are available from “Share/embed” within each video record. Coverage dates: 1890s to present.

    Kanopy has developed a channel on Roku.  You can use your affiliation with TCU to access it for free.

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The cover of 'American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States,' featuring a grid of photographs and images of women,


Women in the Workforce Exhibit

Women have made great strides in achieving equality in the workplace. The US Government has published a substantial amount of information over the decades documenting the progression of "Women in the Workforce." TCU"s Government Information department has created a display on the northwest side of the Gearhart Reading Room featuring documents regarding this evolution in our culture, which dates back to the 1930s and up to the present day. This information was created by several Government departments including the Department of Commerce, Defense, Energy, Health and Human Services, Labor, NASA and more.