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The Cry of the Children

Front text:

The cry of the children.

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Printed and Published by the Artists’ Suffrage League,

259, King’s Road, Chelsea.

 

This postcard, The cry of the children’ shows a line of boys and girls carrying placards with the message ‘Vote for mammies’. 118 more words

Artists' Suffrage League

Civil Rights ... god and nature NOT the government ?

just another rant …my opinion

I don’t know about you but I think of the Declaration of Independence as our social contract … right. Though if you listen to Republicans, it seems they missed that class, ignored it or have gone completely rogue and prefer their own ideology they are currently following.  342 more words

United States

The worker’s husband

Front text:

The worker’s husband.

Lady Canvasser. Have you a vote, Mr. Brown?

Loafer. ‘Course I got a vote, and shall have so… 302 more words

Artists' Suffrage League

Women Against Feminism… What are you doing?

Lately I’ve been seeing several posts about women who are against feminism and frankly I’m just confused. Do you not like being able to vote and make your own decisions without the approval of a man? 1,258 more words

Intersectional

Book Review: The Secret History of Wonder Woman, by Jill Lepore

The Secret History of Wonder Woman, by Jill Lepore. Alfred A. Knopf Publisher. 2014. Hardcover. $24.

I’m not sure many people realize Wonder Woman is nearly as old as Batman and Superman. 1,432 more words

Book Review

12th January 1915 (Tuesday)

BORN TODAY: in Boston, Massachusetts – Richard Evans Schultes, the “father of modern ethnobotany” and co-author of “The Plants of the Gods: Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers” (1979). 223 more words

100 Years Ago Today

Review - The Cure for Dreaming

 Title: The Cure for Dreaming

 Author: Cat Winters

 2014 – YA -Historical/Speculative Fiction

 Rating: 4/5

The Story: Olivia Mead is headstrong, intelligent, and assertive – not at all the sort of young lady her father thinks she should be. 305 more words

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