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August 25, 2010

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Kristen

I agree! Here's to the women who helped all of us gain recognition as humans! If only it were worldwide.

Brandt!

Great post!

Adelle Laudan

I find posts like this one very inspiring and have to wonder, what woman will stand out from our generation.
Happy T13!

Forgetfulone

What a great post! I had not heard of many of those women. Shame on me!

Rekaya

I love, love, love your list. Thank you for sharing!

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Shelley Munro

Very inspiring, although as a New Zealander I don't recognize any of the names. New Zealand women were the first in the world to get the vote.

Harriet

Yeah! My post will supplement yours :) This is an important topic.

Have a great Thursday!
http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/08/happy-19-us-women-we-do-matter/

Janet

great list!

Gattina

I just saw a similar post about women's rights. It's very interesting !

Holly

Wonderful post! Thank you for sharing this information! Happy Thursday!

Wendy S.

Most excellent! Have you heard that song "Sisters, are doing it for themselves"! by Annie Lennox and the "ARETHA"? I sung this along while I was reading this!

Wendy S.

Most excellent! Have you heard that song "Sisters, are doing it for themselves"! by Annie Lennox and the "ARETHA"? I sung this along while I was reading this!

Nessa

These are all great women but my favorites are #13 and i am so glad you included them!

CountryDew

This is a great list! Thank you so much for posting it. A couple of other names: Mary Johnston, the author of To Have and To Hold (best seller of 1900) and Ellen Glasgow, another writer of the same era. They were Virginia suffragists.

Heather Silva

awesome list!

colleen

Woman rock! So many have paved the way and inspire us.

Peta

Hi, thanks for the comment on my blog..yes #10 does work..I have always beleived kids should have a bed time and I instilled this in them when they were small, by the age of 1 they were in bed asleep by 7:30, they keep this bedtime till they are double digits(10) then it changes to 8 or 8:30..then when they turn 13 it's 9pm...works for us, my hubby and I know each night we will be able to have a conversation and quiet time with just us..
anyway have a great thursday13..Peta

Heather

A most excellent post!

jillconyers

So many inspiring women. I didn't even know there was a women's equality day.

Divaa D

Hail woman hood :D and salutations to the great ones!

My T-13

Danielle

These are all amazing women! Thanks for the list!

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