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Human Rights for all

December 10 is Human Rights Day, commemorating the date the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.

The United Nations was formed in 1945 to prevent the atrocities that occurred during World War II from ever happening again. 418 more words

National Archives History

Elizabeth Gomez: Dear Ellie - Advice From the Amazing Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt is one of my favoritest people in history. Aside from her intense feminist streak and ability to persevere, she was a badass. You may already know that she was strikingly independent for a woman, especially during a time when a woman wearing pants would be considered a scandal. 1,158 more words


Eleanor Roosevelt was a lesbian

Hillary Clinton is a great admirer of Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of FDR, with whose spirit or ghost then-First Lady Hillary held “seance” conversations.

It turns out Hillary has much more in common with Eleanor than both having been First Lady. 474 more words

Little Rock Look Back: Prohibition Repealed on December 5, 1933

On December 5, 1933, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Utah provided the necessary support to officially repeal “the great experiment.”

Because this was such a foregone conclusion, the  155 more words


A Suicide Note Turned Love Letter

Just a fair warning here, folks. I’ve written a lot of pretty intense things on this here blog of mine. Some funny shit, too, but nonetheless. 1,870 more words

Guys, I'm Serious.

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The future belongs to those who believe in the Beauty of their dreams.

Eleanor Roosevelt

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Jochabed, Did You Know?

One of my very favorite Christmas songs is Mary, Did You Know? Especially when sung by CeeLo Green. It asks Mary, the mother of Jesus, if she is aware that her baby boy would be the savior of the world. 625 more words