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May 23rd in (Feminist) History

Today in 1810 was the birth of Margaret Fuller, an American women’s rights activist and journalist who was also a part of the transcendentalism movement. 348 more words

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Video of the Day--Hear Me Roar

What a day.  Yesterday morning, I started my day listening to The History Chicks podcast about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, an awesome woman, who fought for women’s rights for most of her life, dying 18 years before women finally won the right to vote–a right that white men never had to struggle to achieve.   479 more words

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Book Review: Remember the Ladies by Gina L. Mulligan

Title: Remember the Ladies

Author: Gina L. Mulligan

Published: 2016

Pages: 322

Genre: Historical Fiction

Format: Review copy from author/agent

My rating: 4/5… 603 more words

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Protect Voting Rights ~~ NAACP Petition ~~ History

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May 12th in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1986 was the death of Alicia Moreau (de Justo), an Argentine woman (born in France to Socialist parents who moved to Argentina) who was known for being a (*drumroll*) physician, politician, feminist, human rights activist, and a pacifist. 297 more words

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