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Women’s History, Women’s Suffrage Movement; Anna Howard Shaw

“as a little girl preaching alone in the forest…to a congregation of listening trees.” ~Anna Howard Shaw What a profound statement. These are the words that a twenty-three year old Anna Howard Shaw spoke to Dr. Peck when he invited … Continue reading

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No Change and Our Country Continues

I voted in the 2008 elections as I did in many before them and didn’t think that much about the process. At the time I hadn’t found a genre that I felt comfortable with and fiddled around with different ideas … Continue reading

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National Women’s History Museum – Don’t Tell Me I Can’t

I had to blog about this exciting new project the NWHM is doing. Don’t Tell Me I Can’t is a grassroots public service announcement campaign to educate and motivate Americans to support the NWHM. These young actors portray notable women … Continue reading

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Women’s History, Women’s Suffrage Movement; Anna Howard Shaw

“as a little girl preaching alone in the forest…to a congregation of listening trees.”                                                                               ~Anna Howard Shaw  What a profound statement. These are the words that a twenty-three year old Anna Howard Shaw spoke to Dr. Peck when he … Continue reading

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Another Gutsy Woman in History Takes a Flight of Faith

Every morning I go through today in history from the http://history.com website. One of my favorite sites when I’m researching. I share the information on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Facebook and Google+ I don’t get to many shares or responses, … Continue reading

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