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Rachel Ignotofsky Female Activists Throughout History

Female Activists Throughout History, as Illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky

Rachel Ignotofsky Female Activists Throughout History- awesome book, beautiful illustrations. Great role models for girls and boys alike.

In honor of Gloria Steinem's birthday! Celebrating feminism and the history of women. #HBDGloria [Infographic]

19 Powerful Women on 'The Gloria Steinem Effect'

19 Powerful Women on 'The Gloria Steinem Effect'. Actresses, CEOs, media moduls, philanthropists, activists all speak out about the woman who could be considered the godmother of women’s rights.

I appreciate that this is put on OITNB images, because we need to talk a lot more all the time about the realities for women in prison.

when men's rights activists try to use prison rape as an argument against feminism when they don't even bother to find out about the equally bad/worse statistics for women in prison.

When you say "but what about men's rights," you are demonstrating a lack of understanding of what feminism is about.

"A List of "Men's Rights" Issues That Feminism Is Already Working On -- 'Feminists hate patriarchy.

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Female Activists Throughout History, as Illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky

Illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky has released Female Activists Throughout History, a poster that honors some of the pioneering women who fought for change.

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That is sane thing to do for a couple to build on.

I love this picture. Two women coexisting peacefully on mass transit. I wish safety and happiness on both.

The underlying message is not "future liberals want" it's "people conservatives want to eradicate"

A must-read for education on the history women's rights, with women who are still alive today to continue the fight for equality and inspire others!

Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman-Hughes with Gloria Steinem. Dorothy Pitman-Hughes, a civil rights and women's rights activist, saw her father nearly beaten to death by the KKK when she was a child.