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Mother-Daughter Project Lecture June 6 in Belfast

A Bates College sociology professor will discuss factors that can lead adults to reinforce gender stereotypes during a presentation Thursday, June 6, at 7 p.m. at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center in Belfast. Speaker Emily Kane is author of The Gender Trap, which explores how adults can unintentionally reinforce traditional roles and expectations. The free presentation is part of the Maine Mother-Daughter Project developed by Kimberly Huisman, UMaine associate professor of sociology.  The project is intended to create a community that strengthens mother-daughter relationships.


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