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Day 335: Feminism

It’s hard to take a stand,
When these legs are rooted in
foundations missing half
their (her)story.

© Manivillie Kanagasabapathy

Poem

‘Moonlight’ Wins Big at Gotham Awards; Casey Affleck Takes Best Actor!! Check Out The List!!

The 2016 Gotham Independent Film Awards were held last night in New York City, and it was a good night to be involved with Moonlight… 586 more words

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The woman (you've never heard of) who got man to the moon

She is quite possibly the most influential scientist you’ve never heard of. Margaret Hamilton, now 80, has been described as “the woman who sent man to the moon”, the inventor of modern software and the pioneer of “software engineering”. 63 more words
Global

The significance of finally appointing a woman to oversee Australia's High Court

The announcement that justice Susan Kiefel will replace Robert French on his retirement from the court marks an important milestone in Australia’s constitutional history.

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Australia

Alys: Countess of the Vexin and Village Bicycle

As promised, I am here today to tell you what little we know about the piece of meat that was Alys of France. Mr Crowther… 578 more words

Sexism and U.S. History Available for Purchase

I am thrilled to announce that Sexism and U.S. History, the second book in my series, is available for purchase on Amazon ( 220 more words

Heroines And Heroes

#HERStory : 1920's "New Women" in Korea writing 'herstory'

1920’s was a difficult time for Korea, due to the colonization of Korea by Japan. In 1920, the Japanese colonialists were taking a different approach in lieu of the extremely oppressive tactics of the 1910’s. 391 more words

Feminism