Last August, I was on a local radio show, talking about women’s suffrage history, and advocating for a celebration of the day that women in America got the right to vote. August 26th should be a celebration in my opinion! Someone emailed the host to ask ,“ Wasn’t the woman’s suffrage movement only all about…

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That a woman is assaulted by a man is not news. It happens on average every 9 seconds in the United States. But one particular assault that happened in the streets of Boston, Massachusetts in 1967 changed women’s history. It was captured by photojournalist Harry Trask and was seen around the world. The assailant and…

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