1970 October 10

Your Right to Eat German Food: Female ACLU Chapter Chair Denied Service at German Restaurant, Sues


Carol Weintraub, Chair of the ACLU Chapter in San Francisco, was denied service at Schroeder’s, a noted German-American restaurant, which did not admit women for lunch. The ACLU on this day announced that it would sue to end the discrimination against women.

Learn more about the ACLU and women’ rights: https://www.aclu.org/womens-rights

Watch videos from the ACLU Women’s Rights Project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywj_a0Mulvk&list=PLwfdTKcPlB5mwDXMIW0U7RM49dP_OvoMx

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