Here, from images in Twitter from the wonderful folks sharing medieval and women's history in art, is something of a visual fairy tale...and the women lived happily ever after, as the Bible would say, "troubled by violent men no more..." https://videopress.com/v/KBi76e6R A Mother's Story: Medieval Women and Morefrom Twitter
Taken around 1868 and found in an album kept by a comrade Abolitionist, Tubman is seen here in youthful middle-age (perhaps early 40s), showing a calm strength and self-possessed manner. Other extant photographs show her as an old and frail woman; in this new photo, she radiates power and purpose. See her here: apple.news/Ar8SMnS_QRyq3Jcdum_Z3zw
Blood of ISIS Knot, and Cuneiform Symbol for Female Organs HEALTH & SEXUALITY Gynecology, health, art and culture come together in this new museum devoted to “Lady Parts” opening soon in Britain. Read More here...
Read how it happened and why it matters: Lucy Stone, the first woman from MA to get a college degree, abolitionist and suffragist made it happen! Lucy Stone, Suffragist
Learn the names of important women who changed your world for International Women’s Day! If you're glad you don't wear a corset, find out here who set you free! https://apple.news/Am4SeU8zASDeExQrKSERqOg
Goddesses from Prehistory from Old Europe to Africa Watch the Video HERE! https://videopress.com/v/QZCoyz3R
We are all aware that women's participation in great historical movements is routinely lessened, disappeared, and forgotten. Read about Black women In The Civil Rights Movement of the last century below to remember our sisters who changed a piece of our world! Black Women in the Civil Rights Movement
A Tiime of dark and light...In the dark of the year in the Old World, our ancestors kindled fires against the harsh cold night