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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Women's Herstory Month

"Feminism directly confronts the idea that one person or set of people [has] the right to impose definitions of reality on others."
_ Sue Wise, feminist author & Liz Stanley, sociologist

Feminist Quiz:
What former slave was a powerful speaker for the rights of women and Black people?

Answer: Sojourner Truth (1797-1883)

National Women's History Project Honoree: Lorna Simpson
Lorna Simpson was born in 1960 and she is a well-known photographer and artist. Her art challenges conventional views of culture, gender, identity, and history. She uses the human body to portray the interactions and relationships that we experience in a multi-racial society.

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