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Who was Alice Paul?

Alice Paul was a leading suffragist who led the push for a federal amendment to the United States Constitution granting women the right to vote but chances are you’ve never heard for her. 1,012 more words

Women's Rights Movement

Oh, Goody. Another Martial Arts Post

This one will have a little bit of a twist, though.

“On the evening of March 9th (1914), St Andrew’s Hall was packed to capacity with a crowd largely sympathetic to the Suffragettes’ cause. 1,505 more words

Ramblings

Congratulations Miss Barnhardt!

Mors Sanctorum would like to congratulate Ann Barnhardt in being targeted by the Southern Poverty Law Center.  This is as great a sign of genuine accomplishment as anyone could hope for.   270 more words

Happy Birthday Adela Pankhurst Walsh

Did you know that it was on this day, the 19th of June, in 1885, Adela Pankhurst Walsh was born?

Daughter of Emmeline and Richard Pankhurst, Adela became a leading figure in Australia’s women’s rights movement after immigrating from the UK following estrangement from her family. 21 more words

Anniversaries, Celebrations & Commemorations

Tweet of the Day: Mark Levin

Poor Mark Levin. He has the sadz over the Treasury Department’s decision to place a woman on the $10 bill by 2020 in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Disgraceful, right? Thanks Obama…

Sexism

An Interview with “Give Your Other Vote to the Sister” Author, Debbie Marshall

I am pleased to welcome Debbie Marshall to Great War 100 Reads. I first met Debbie last summer at the Canadian Literature of World War One Conference. 640 more words

Women In WW1

Strong Women of Clydeside – Join us for a guided walk & public art action – Sat 15 Aug, 2-4pm!

It’s the centenary of the 1915 Rent Strikes, and the women’s histories team is hosting a special walking event connecting Govan and the Riverside Museum – marking places important to the Rent Strikes and other protests, and women’s roles in them! 349 more words

Women's' History & Protest On The River Clyde