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What You Need To Know about “The Problem That Has No Name”, Betty Friedan and the Feminine Mystique

They gloried in their role as women, and wrote proudly on the census blank: “Occupation: housewife.”

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Singer, Dancer, Superstar, Spy: Josephine Baker

before the was Beyonce, there was Josephine Baker

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Three Reasons Why We Are All Brett Kavanaugh Now

If one thing is obvious after Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, it is that women are not safe in the United States.

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The Way of the Warrior, Part One

Katsukawa Shunshō Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1918 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and…

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The 1920’s Mood

The rejection of the traditional and the embrace of the modern makes the style and spirit of the 1920’s a…

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“Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God.”

The Trial of Susan B. Anthony

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Oral History Project Grounds Story of Monticello in the Lives of the Enslaved — Longreads

Monticello was a Black space. People of African descent shaped the entire landscape: how the food tasted, what the place sounded and felt like.”

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What Happened to Women in France After D-Day in 1944 — Women of History

Women are often forgotten victims of war.