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“Each of puts in . . .”

Today – January 11th – in 1885 Alice Paul was born. A key leader in women’s fierce fight for the vote, Alice Paul was arrested, jailed, and force fed, all for the right to vote, a sacred right. One of … Continue reading

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Remember!

Tomorrow – January 10 – in 1917,  a band of bold suffragists, led by Alice Paul, launched a new tactic in the ceaseless fight for the vote – picketing the White House, (occupied by President Woodrow Wilson).  At 10 a.m.,  … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday

Here’s a link to the National Women’s History Project’s list of January birthdays and events. In scanning it, I noted that I’ve photographed landmarks for five of the women–Lucretia Mott, Zora Neale Hurston, Carrie Chapman Catt, Alice Paul, Julia Morgan. … Continue reading

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Alice Paul

The picketers, known as Silent Sentinels, were members of the National Woman’s Party, founded by Alice Paul. An extraordinary leader, Alice Paul endured repeated incarceration, force-feeding, solitary confinement, and an effort to discredit her and to remove her from the … Continue reading

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Check it out!

My friend Annie Spillane posted this link to the video “The One Thing You Can Do that Corporations Can’t”  on my Facebook page.  Please check it out & let me know your reaction! http://www.upworthy.com/the-one-thing-you-can-do-that-corporations-still-cant

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