Even today, Jane Addams is remembered as a key figure in social and political reform during the Gilded Age. In rebellion against her privileged upbringing, she moved at age 29 to the heavily industrialized Near West Side of Chicago, where an immigrant community struggled to keep poverty at bay.
Louise Knight will share stories of these achievements to illustrate Addams’s concept of democratic citizenship.
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