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Khatlady 22h
Stranger than fiction
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 18
finally have sub!!!!
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 18
Replying to @GinevraRed
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Homestead Museum 18h
Replying to @HomesteadMuseum
Regardless of what you think of Lillian, do you think she took great risk when she turned to a system that rarely favored women who sued powerful men? How much has changed for women in similar positions today? (18/19)
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UWE Bristol Women's Forum 58m
Another photo from our Glenside tour today - this photo shows some of the women who worked in the hospital laundry on site.
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Elizabeth K Mahon 21h
Today in : In 1770 Princess Elizabeth born. 7th child & 3rd daughter of George III & Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was rumored to have gone through a form of marriage with George Ramus, who was the son of a page to her father, and born a daughter named Eliza.
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VestedGoldMgmt.com 10h
Witnessing History! 1st African American Woman Mayor!
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Shin Chan ❤ 16h
She loved him but he never, karma saw and come to return the favor, now she is being loved by someone.
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 19
Replying to @GinevraRed
"Give me back my youth! Take me back to when I was 17! I know that can't be done, so apologize ....... Say you'll never do it again and act like humans! So there'll be no more war and girls will not be trampled on!"
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Elizabeth K Mahon May 21
Today in : In 1806 Harriet Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Duchess of Sutherland born. She was an important figure in London's high society using her social position to undertake various philanthropic undertakings including protest of English ladies against American slavery.
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Herstory May 22
Replying to @TreacyOC
This was exactly my intention when I worked on Barnardo's in 2011 but the ad agency was more interested in making a TV ad with a big director. Don't worry, the ideas weren't lost. Yesterday we had a brainstorm with the team for the next Schools Workshops. Radical stuff!
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Classroom For Change May 16
To strong women! 💪
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common sense ☥ May 18
Replying to @wholeness777
His Tor (eye) Call Y, Dreamcatchers... Were <Hungry In The TI PI Or Lodge
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 18
Replying to @GinevraRed
Her back full of scar and they still called her prostitute, I HAVE NO WORDS
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 18
Replying to @GinevraRed
Her father sold his daughter to save his son. We can't trust man, sometimes not even our own father
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QueenOfChicago May 21
Had a great session today with our 10th graders. We learned and discussed the June 16th, 1976 Soweto youth uprising against Aparthied. Our girls learned about Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela and the history of racism in South Africa 🇿🇦
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Dee 🌷🐺 | HAYI 24° May 18
Replying to @GinevraRed
Now a teacher send her student to labor camp, parents, teacher, the adults who suppose to protect children are the ones who put them in harm
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Bassey (Ba$) Prinz 🔥 May 21
Waiting on to go ahead and post
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Trey Songz May 20
Crazy that I got to be a part of this historic day. Hard work & dedication gets you into rooms with people you never thought you’d be in rooms with. To all the young girls out there — follow your dreams, work hard & never doubt yourself.
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Natasha Moura May 19
was a and a born in Budapest, Hungary. Horna was born in 1912. Photo: Untitled (series - Ode to necrophilia n°6).
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