Violence against women has a long history in human communities. Yet we live in a time when people across the planet are beginning to give greater attention to this problem and, at times, to stand against misogynistic violence in all its forms.
Recently, the United Nations created the “He for She” campaign, which highlights that violence against women remains a global problem that exists at “alarmingly high levels.”
This month, History Talk hosts Patrick Potyondy and Leticia Wiggins sit down to discuss the origins of gender violence, its existence throughout history, and issues affecting women globally with scholars Treva Lindsey, Cathy Rakowski and Peggy Solic.
*[This podcast was originally featured by Origins.]
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