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How Abigail Scott Duniway, the Northwest’s best-known suffragist, helped to turn the tide of women’s rights IF YOU HAVE THE TIME, PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT Read More
People in the office are making up all types of stories of her and the boss when really there are two sides to every story. Read More
As of the 2011 UN General Assembly resolution on women’s political participation, women's political participation is one of the factors which measure the situation of women’s rights and gender equality in every society. On February 21, 2020, the people of Iran went to the polls to vote for 290 seats… Read More
There is a fantasy world where husbands/fathers own their wives/children. In this world a girl fights to get out of an arranged marriage. The guy she is with has plans of his own. Can she find a way to get out of this trap? Read More

Book / Literary Fiction

January 08, 2017

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

In this captivating story, Elisa, a young Mayan woman, becomes embroiled in the Zapatista uprising in Chiapas in 1994. She struggles to find a place for herself and her child, alone in this world of extreme poverty and violence — while an enemy waits behind every shadow. Read More
we are in a world that is changing yet, there are so many still struggling. we can't let their voices go unheard. Read More

Reads: 510

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

I still see people out there questioning why people would be feminists or saying that feminist issues aren't present today. There are even people who don't believe sexism is still present. Here is my response. Read More
Booksie 2020 Poetry Contest

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