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Edmonds dropped her off in a convention of other similarly dressed people. Giselle knew that they must be Globe employees, but there was always the possibility that they were from other branches and departments. 2,188 more words


'Summer'outdoor cinema experience...

So because this blog is all about my experiences of been in my 20’s, I want to write about the new experiences/thoughts/places I go. So this blog may be a little different from the others, but it’s okay if this isn’t your cup of tea (pst…I don’t really like green tea much). 675 more words


Learning to enjoy the place you're at...

So I’ve got a new journal, it’s decorated in grey and white stripes and has the word DREAM written in gold on the front. It’s my new favourite thing (all by story time videos on YouTube). 386 more words


Women's Equality Day

Today, August 26, is, or was, Women’s Equality Day. 96 years ago today the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was cartified as law. This amendment gave women the right to vote. 123 more words

Women's Lib

Women's Vote Can Change the World

My mother was born on November 12, 1899, just ten days too late to vote the United States legalized the vote for women. After 72 years of ridicule, imprisonment, forced feedings, and other forms of opposition to women gaining their full citizenship rights, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. 1,353 more words


civilrightsactivist reblogged this on Civil Rights Advocacy and commented:

Today is Women's Equality Day. This blog says it all. Women's history. Voting Rights. And the Equal Rights Amendment which states:

Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
  Ninety-six years ago today, women won the right to vote with the addition of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution. It’s now time for full equality. Women rights must be added to the US Constitution. Pass and ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.