Tye Leung Schulze – Advocate for Trafficked Women & First Chinese American Woman Federal Government Employee

Tye Leung Schulze became the first Chinese American woman to work for the federal government and the first Chinese American woman to vote in a U.S. election, in 1912. Learn how this inspiring woman resisted domestic servitude and an arranged child marriage to provide translation services and solace to Asian immigrant victims of human trafficking in San Francisco. This is part of the Unladylike2020 series.

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