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Germanic Warrior Women

For the Romans, ethnographic observations were often a by-product of campaigning. All the more is it noteworthy that Roman historians repeatedly delve into descriptions of the warlike nature of Germanic women. 607 more words

New Item - Amazon Fandom Pride Patch

Here at Storied Threads, we’re big believers in wearing your geekery on your sleeve. Or on your bag. Or your hat. Or, really, wherever you like to stitch or glue your patches. 78 more words

Wisdom From My Tribe Of Warrior Women

There is nothing like being a part of a tribe of women whether you are bonded by blood or by choice. It is one of the most revealing, awe-inspiring, self reflecting, and inspirational relationships that a woman can have. 1,491 more words


New Project: Combahee River Raid

When I first read about Harriet Tubman and her involvement in the Combahee River Raid, I immediately knew that I wanted to do a project around this. 733 more words

Carry On, Warrior

One year ago today, my grandmother, Mimi, took her last breath and entered into the final rest.

Diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver, she had been saying good bye slowly and on purpose as one by one the organs in her body decided they were too tired to work any longer. 1,253 more words

Faith And Legacy

Harriet Tubman, Conductor on the Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman was born under the name of Arminta Ross as a slave to Southern farmer Edward Brodess around 1822. From childhood on she experienced the hardships of slavery: she was often hired out to other masters who mistreated her badly and her family was torn apart when her sisters were sold. 657 more words

Healed People Can Heal People

I once heard the phrase, “Hurting people hurt people.”

Kinda makes sense, doesn’t it? Someone who is consistently snarky isn’t a happy, fulfilled person. Instead, he is wearing his snarkiness cape because he doesn’t know what else to do. 728 more words