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We celebrate the 2009 “Women’s History Month”

Posted by darbs on March 8, 2009

Hello, Kababaehang BLOGISTAS: buwan po ninyo ito! Of course, we are not talking sa kabuwanang disminorya, pero kasali na rin ito sa reklamong unfairness. Why you? Not us?

We can now retire and write our memoire.

MONTH OF MARCH  is  Women’s History Month!.

“WOMEN CHANGED THE COURSE OF HISTORY!” . that is  the cause of our Celebration.

How you celebrate “Women’s History Month!”,  is up to you.

Thank you women!

Women History in America: Who changed the course of History!

In the early nineteenth century, women in the United States were considered second-class citizens whose existence was limited to the interior life of the home and care of the children. Women were considered sub-sets of their husbands, and after marriage they did not have the right to own property, maintain their wages, or sign a contract, much less vote. It was expected that women be obedient wives, never to hold a thought or opinion independent of their husbands. Read the rest of the entry:

One Response to “We celebrate the 2009 “Women’s History Month””

  1. emilayskie said

    Aba women’s history month pala huh? Meron palang ganyang month. Sa US nga pala nagumpisa yang Women’s Suffrage na yan tapos in-adapt natin dito sa Pinas. Thanks for this information. Nice read.

    exodians says, Welcome, blogistang emilayskie. Glad you found something interesting. Wish lang po namin/through prayer of course, na sana, you can blog something about women based on your reading. Taga subaybay nyo na po ang exodians. Salamat.

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