women in history


women in history

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Thanks to Clara Campoamor, women could vote in Spain in 1931. As a politician, she also obtained the right to divorce. She died in 1972 in France, forgotten in Spain because of the silence about her imposed by Franco´s dictatorship.

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Guerrilla girls where a movement fighting for what you read in the picture... and more

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Poster by Barbara Kruger, artist

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Tribute to all brave women who fought for our rights.

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Rosalia de Castro was a Spanish writer from Galicia. She wrote about people, defending the losers´s causes. She is one of the few women that is considererd the founder of a national literature, the one written in Galician language.

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Ruth Mathilda Anderson was a photographer of the Hispanic Society. She made very beautifyl and sensitive photos of my land, Galicia, in the north west of Spain. She could capture the essence of people in the early twenties. Nobody did it before her, and after, few people could capture something similar. A pioneer from Nebraska.

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