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Women & Technology in the 1910s

Formed in 1903, the Women’s Trade Union League worked alongside the National American Woman Suffrage Association to demand safe working conditions, the eight hour work day, and respect for women both in and outside of the work place. 296 more words

Women And Technology

Murdoch and Suffragette Mysteries

My Youtube Video: How Canadian Women Won the Vote.

My nephew gave me his old treadmill a few months ago and I’ve been using it while watching repeats of Murdoch Mysteries. 357 more words

1910 Women

Emily Davies

Emily Davies was an English feminist who supported women’s rights to vote and women’s higher educational opportunities. Emily was the editor of the English Woman’s Journal… 277 more words

Women's Rights

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was the first English woman to become a qualified surgeon in Great Britain and the first female dean of a medical school. Encouraged to be independent as a child and well-educated, Elizabeth was inspired by female doctor Elizabeth Blackwell and decided to enter the medical field herself. 310 more words

Women's Rights

Occupy Hong Kong: Mong Kok

I’m an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) here in Hong Kong for almost two years now. Hong Kong is a great place, a wealthy and healthy place. 55 more words

Mong Kok

Yes, women voting - mad & wicked!!

A Mad Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller Audio by Katharine McEwan
Published by Viking Children’s 1/23/2014 Published by Listening Library

Vicky attends a “Finishing School” in France with only the art classes she sneaks off to keeping her sane. 411 more words

Book Review

Alva Vanderbilt Belmont

Alva Vanderbilt Belmont was a supporter of women’s suffrage who provided the financial backing for many of the movement’s campaigns and endeavors. As a wealthy woman who moved in the upper circles of society, Alva had a lot of influence and resources, and she directed them toward the cause of demanding the right to vote for American women. 265 more words

Women's Rights