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Tag Archives: equality
Good for her.
For now, staying safe and sane in this neo-facist environment. Autocracy: Rules for Survival … Trump is anything but a regular politician and this has been anything but a regular election. Trump will be only the fourth candidate in history … Continue reading
On August 26, 1920, women were at last granted the right to vote. Today is Women’s Equality Day. The picture below is from 1918. In a time when voting rights are under constant attack, I hope we show the same … Continue reading
Yes, the Violence Against Women Act passed, and only eighteen months late! Good that it did, but it’s important that we never forget the Senators who voted against it.
What would you eat? What would you do without? And how would you feel if that extravagant sum was suddenly decreased to only $3.75? That’s the amount food stamp recipients will receive if Congress lowers food stamp benefits. In order … Continue reading
The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread. From Anatole France