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Great list, I think looking into the life of even one of these women would do so much for ANYONE, but women and girls in particular.

Great list, I think looking into the life of even one of these women would do so much for ANYONE, but women and girls in particular.

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One of my favorite pictures is this photo of a young protester carrying a “girls are strong” sign. This photo was taken during an ERA march demanding equal rights for women in Tacoma, WA, 1982. Perhaps I like it because the girl seems to be skipping (or running) with a determined look on her face. With a sign that appears to have been written by her and a shirt stating “The ERA is for my future” she is, in some ways, a symbolic reminder that fighting for civil rights, whether it’s based on…

One of my favorite pictures is this photo of a young protester carrying a “girls are strong” sign. This photo was taken during an ERA march demanding equal rights for women in Tacoma, WA, 1982. Perhaps I like it because the girl seems to be skipping (or running) with a determined look on her face. With a sign that appears to have been written by her and a shirt stating “The ERA is for my future” she is, in some ways, a symbolic reminder that fighting for civil rights, whether it’s based on…

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Barbara Jordan (1936 – 1996) was a leader of the Civil rights movement and later became the first Black woman elected to the United States House of Representatives. Among other notable achievements, Jordan introduced legislature to extend the state ratification deadline for the Equal Rights Amendment, and campaigned to include Native Americans, Latinos, and Asian-Americans when extending the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and supported the Community Reinvestment Act.

Barbara Jordan (1936 – 1996) was a leader of the Civil rights movement and later became the first Black woman elected to the United States House of Representatives. Among other notable achievements, Jordan introduced legislature to extend the state ratification deadline for the Equal Rights Amendment, and campaigned to include Native Americans, Latinos, and Asian-Americans when extending the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and supported the Community Reinvestment Act.

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The United States Constitution, Limited Government, States' Rights and The Tenth Amendment--Videos

The United States Constitution, Limited Government, States' Rights and The Tenth Amendment--Videos

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14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution How much will it cost you, not to know? INTERESTING THAT THIS IS THE ONE THAT TALKS ABOUT GIVING AID DURING INSURRECTION OR REBELLION AND NOT PAYING FOR IT.

14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution How much will it cost you, not to know? INTERESTING THAT THIS IS THE ONE THAT TALKS ABOUT GIVING AID DURING INSURRECTION OR REBELLION AND NOT PAYING FOR IT.

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The Liberal whining has reached new levels! Listening to them on the Hobby Lobby case you'd of thought the Civil Rights Amendment was repealed.

The Liberal whining has reached new levels! Listening to them on the Hobby Lobby case you'd of thought the Civil Rights Amendment was repealed.

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Nullifying the Fugitive Slave Act.  Before the Civil War, northerners (such as those who printed this poster in Boston) invoked their Tenth Amendment rights by refusing to abide by one of the most despicable laws in American history...

Nullifying the Fugitive Slave Act. Before the Civil War, northerners (such as those who printed this poster in Boston) invoked their Tenth Amendment rights by refusing to abide by one of the most despicable laws in American history...

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February 1964: House of Representatives Passes Civil Rights Act, a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed all major forms of discrimination in the U.S. passed the House of Representatives: The Civil Rights Act of 1964. It would go on to pass the Senate in June and was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964.

February 1964: House of Representatives Passes Civil Rights Act, a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed all major forms of discrimination in the U.S. passed the House of Representatives: The Civil Rights Act of 1964. It would go on to pass the Senate in June and was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964.

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