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“What the woman who labors wants is the right to live, not simply exist — the right to life as the rich woman has the right to life, and the sun and music and art.
I was never planning on making this a political blog, but recent events in American politics are rather pulling posts in that direction, at least for a brief time. This won't be a habit, but we wanted to put this in for your thought. In the light of the world's Marches on Washington this past Saturday, we're sharing with you a blog article I found. I hope you will read it all when you hit the link, then take the power we share out into the street and the state house and the ballot box, and continue the struggle both for bread and for roses -- the equality of the sexes, the recognition that we are people and not to be marginalized or objectified, the struggle for human dignity for all people, no matter sex or creed or country.