Tag Archives: Women's History

New Favorite Tumblr: Radical Women’s History Project

Tweet On this day in 1431, Joan of Arc was handed over to be tried for heresy; in 1793, abolitionist and feminist Lucretia Mott was born; and in 1987, Aretha Franklin became the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Thanks to the just-launched Radical Women’s History Project, you can learn quick [...]
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What Does Meryl Streep have in common with the Tea Party?

TweetThat they both have their eyes on a women’s history museum to be built in Washington D.C. — but with entirely different intentions. Streep recently held a gala raising funds as well as pledged $1 million dollars to help create the the building, while Tea Party Republicans and general misogynists Senators Jim DeMint and Tom [...]
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