On March 3, 1913, thousands of women marched in a suffrage parade. The parade included “ten bands, five mounted brigades, 26 floats, and around 8000 marchers.” And Helen Keller! (If I had a time machine, I would totally travel back to the time of the suffragettes, among other destinations.)
- What it is like to grow up in Hezbollah culture – An ex-Muslim woman makes the case for comparing Hezbollah and extremist Christianity. From biogeo.
- FDA’s New Nutrition Label Emphasizes Calories, Serving Size, Added Sugars – I am excited about the re-engineering of the nutrition label!
- The Things that Occupy a Woman – “So when we next meet and you get ready to ask: Who am I dating? Have I met anyone interesting of late? What about my plans for world domination? Won’t you ask me about that instead?” (Because sometimes it feels like you’re only important if you’re part of a couple.) From miserlyoldman.
- Combating the Misrepresentation of Native Americans, Through Photos – A very interesting photo project that you should check out.
- Take the Impossible “Literacy” Test Louisiana Gave Black Voters in the 1960s – This article is old, but it’s still worth reviewing.