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A Short Word Regarding "Women's Equality Day"

I think it’s fabulous that feminist progression in modern society is being acknowledged. An important part of knowing where we are going is knowing where we came from. 378 more words


Her's Day Thursday

Women’s Equality Day was yesterday, celebrating the anniversary of the day women earned the right to vote back on August 26, 1920. You know who we have to thank for that? 151 more words

Women's Equality

95 years ago women were granted the right to vote. Just let that sink in. Less than 100 years ago women weren’t able to vote. There’s 144 years of history between the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution. 1,327 more words

Life Rambles

As Saudi Arabian women celebrate the vote, the (brief) history of global suffrage must be examined

Last week, in two different cities in Saudi Arabia, Jamal Al-Saadi and Safinaz Abu Al-Shamat became the nation’s first female registered voters. “I was quite ready for this day,” Al-Saadi… 589 more words

A Salem Suffragette

Well, today is Women’s Equality Day, designated in 1971 to commemorate the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which finally granted women the right to vote after a long struggle for suffrage. 495 more words