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Know Your Women’s History! | LesleyKluchin

With the intuitive wisdom of an educator, retired teacher Lesley Kluchin taught women’s history long before it was a mandate. As we wrap up National Women’s History Month, Kluchin urges us to pass this history forward — to the next generation of women and men… 100 more words

Politics

International Women's Haiku Festival: Haiku by Louise Hopewell

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Louise Hopewell writes of rotting lettuce and the glass ceiling in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

crisp lettuce… 141 more words

International Women's Haiku Festival: Haiku by Nicholas Klacsanzky

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Enjoy Nicholas Klacsanzky’s heartwarming haiku about his younger sister in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

winter wind . 158 more words

International Women's Haiku Festival: Senryu by David Oates

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David Oates explores the happy chaos of family life in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

two young women… 113 more words

International Women's Haiku Festival: Poems by Michelle Schaefer

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Michelle Schaefer writes of lace and sea glass in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

sea glass
I find myself… 289 more words

International Women's Haiku Festival: Haiku by Debbi Antebi

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Debbi Antebi writes about moonflowers and our mothers’ dreams in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

moonflowers
mother opens up… 119 more words

Observing Women's History Month and Honoring One of America's First Women Immigrants

Background

Just 30 years ago in 1987, the United States Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month in perpetuity.  This action came eights years after Molly Murphy MacGregor, a member of… 1,398 more words

Culture & Identity