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That's a Wrap on Women's Suffrage Centennial. Now Let's VOTE

Our Right to Vote is precious & not something to take for granted. Much blood, sweat & tears were shed to gain this valuable Right to make your Voice heard in the Electoral Process. There are enough Voter Suppression tactics employed today to Subvert the Vote. Don't Suppress your own Vote by "sitting this one out." The failure of REGISTERS VOTERS to cast a Vote in 2016 is what enabled a BULLY to steal the 2016 Election. Say "I Will Vote - in Every Election Every Time." The Women's Suffrage Centennial isn't just a Celebration of History. It's an ongoing campaign to bring awareness of how Women's Rights Pioneers like Stanton, Anthony, Mott & Truth organized fellow Activists & fought for thi

Women Can't Wait. Thoughts on the 28th Amendment. Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment Now

For the three years since I've opened my Web Page, I've been on a mission to fix those terrible NUMBERS for Women. It has been a long-standing pet peeve of mine beginning with the Fact that I was Born on Friday the 13th. Those dodgy NUMBERS have been the bain of my existence MY ENTIRE LIFE. WHEN the Equal Rights Amendment FINALLY does get Ratified, it will be the 28th Amendment to the US Constitution. OMG. 28th - AGAIN. Really??? From the beginning, I've wondered why Women's Rights Issues mostly took place in August - the 8th Month of the year. And then I began studying the HISTORY of the Women's Rights Movement. We've got Women's History Month in March, the 3rd Month of the Year. We've got

Secret Law of Attraction 101: DON'T Be a Gangsta. Women's Suffrage Centennial

For Women's Equality Day on August 26th of this year, several Women's Rights Activist Groups Organized Virtual Concert Events in recognition of the Women's Suffrage Centennial. Women still need the protections afforded under the Equal Rights Amendment for any number of reasons, including Hate Speech, Domestic Violence & myriad other reasons. Beyond the infuriation of women having to listen to Rappers Scream the word BITCH as if it is Socially Acceptable (It is NOT) why would Rappers call themselves Gangsta??? For anyone who has even heard of a Holistic Approach to Life - what ever you want to call it, "Soul, Mind & Body Connection," or Religion or Spirituality or even the "Secret Law of Attr

Face the Music. DJ Screw is NOT Diana Ross & The Supremes. Women's Suffrage Centennial

It's time for Face The Music. You could say the Granny came to play, except I ain't havin' it. What the blanketty blank blank blank is going on with BLACK MUSIC these days??? No wonder I've skipped the Grammy Awards, The Billboard Music Awards, the VMAs & the CMAs FOR YEARS!!! The STUNNING VULGARITY & FOUL OBSCENITIES ARE OFF THE CHARTS. https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/7684970/history-hip-hop-complicated-relationship-grammys Then there's this from the Daily Beast who can't seem to understand "the Grammy's Racist Aversion to Hip Hip." I can answer that for them. Because "Hip Hop" is REVERSE RACIST TRASH - you don't hand out AWARDS FOR TRASH. https://www.thedailybeast.com/

Mother Nature??? Can We Stop Humanizing the Weather? Women's Suffrage Centennial

UPDATE. August. The 8th Month of the year. It is always a time of mixed emotions for me with some of the happiest times & some of the most heart-breaking times. My Grandma's Birthday is August 19th. My Mom died on August 12, 2012. And of course August is the peak of Hurricane Season which is never fun to live through. Below is something I wrote after Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston/Galveston Metropolitan Area as we prepare for the approach of Hurricane Laura even as I write this. On a good day, the Implicit Gender Bias in the way Broadcasters speak about the Weather is insulting. Words Matter. Numbers Matter. Why do Meteorologists INSIST on blaming the "Wrath of Mother Nature" fo

Communications Coding, Signing and Signaling. Women's Suffrage Centennial

UPDATE. August. The 8th Month of the year. It is always a time of mixed emotions for me with some of the happiest times & some of the most heart-breaking times. My Grandma's Birthday is August 19th. My Mom died on August 12, 2012. And of course August is the peak of Hurricane Season which is never fun to live through. This August 2020 is also Women's Suffrage Centennial Month in remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment that granted WOMEN the Right to Vote. When we study the History of the past, it is to improve lives in the Present & Future. Here in the Present, WOMEN are blamed for the Days on the Calendar, the Time on the Clock & the Words that we Speak. This is the v

Prohibition on Alcohol. The 18th Amendment, The 19th Amendment & Susan B. Anthony.  Women's

Learning how Tennessee became the final State needed to Ratify the 19th Amendment was very eye-opening & really resonated with me as it took a major detour through the issue of Prohibition of Alcohol that became the 18th Amendment - preceding Voting Rights for Women by about eight months. Many of the same Women's Rights Activists, including Susan B. Anthony who worked on the pressing Social Issues of the day were concerned with Quality of Life Issues: Equal Pay for Equal Work (Income Inequality) Equal Education for Girls The Abolition of Slavery Property Rights Legal Rights And Prohibition of Alcohol. .....many of the same Quality of Life Issues that people living in our Generation are still

Broadcast IS My Family History. Women's Suffrage Centennial

As long as we are looking to this Nation's History, I decided to add a Permanent Page in recognition of WHY my inspiration for "Yes, I'd Like to Thank the Academy: How to Tame the Red Carpet in YOUR Office" was really born of the fact that Broadcast is my family business. My motivation is not to say say "Hey look at me I'm a Big Shot." No. I can't stand the viciousness on TV these days. Can I tell you I am going BANKRUPT doing this??? "Yes, I'd Like to Thank the Academy: How to Tame the Red Carpet in YOUR Office" is a multi-faceted, multi-dimensional look at the Sociological effects of Broadcast in Communications, in Politics, in Health Care & in the daily lives of all of us. It is an hone

Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Solitude of Self 1892 Address Before Congress. Women's Suffrage Centenn

Universal Suffrage, or Voting Rights for ALL, was THE primary Goal for Elizabeth Cady Stanton. While various Women's Rights efforts had been around in various parts of the young Country since the 1700's at the beginning of the Republic - beginning with First Lady Abigail Adams, there was no cohesive National Women's Rights Movement until the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848. "The Declaration of Sentiments," modeled after the Declaration of Independence, the primary document that came out of the Seneca Falls Convention enumerated a list of Rights & Grievances. There was general agreement among the various Women's Groups on all items except one: Voting Rights for Women that became the 19th Amen

The 36th State. Tennessee Delivers the 19th Amendment. Women's Suffrage Centennial

Nashville Public Television has an outstanding presentation on what it took for the Northern Suffragists to gain support for the 19th Amendment in the Southern States. Tennessee was the 36th State to Ratify the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920 by their State House of Representatives, thus paving the way for National Ratification into the Constitution. Interestingly enough is that at around the same time prior to the Civil War (1861- 1865) that Northern Abolitionists including Stanton, Mott & Anthony were working towards gaining Freedom for Enslaved People in this country, Sarah & Angelina Grimke of South Carolina were among some of the earliest Female Abolitionists in the South. In 1838, Sa

Votes By Mail During Covid-19. Women's Suffrage Centennial

UPDATE. 2020 is the 100th Anniversary for the 19th Amendment that granted WOMEN the Right to Vote. The Equal Rights Amendment has just been Ratified into Virginia's State Constitution. Let's make 2020 be the year that the Equal Rights Amendment gets Ratified into the US Constitution. Then perhaps a QUALIFIED WOMAN can have a fair shot at the Presidency. Side Note: The Democratic Presidential Convention for Election 2020 begins today. As Historic as a Vice Presidential pick as Senator Kamala Harris is, we all know that she would have liked to be President - not Vice President. Back in 2018, GerryMANdering was the "Dirty Word" for Voter Suppression. Here is something I wrote at that time: Ge

Say, "Yes I Will Help Fund This Critical Mission to End Bullying." Women's Suffrage Ce

Revolving Door HR is on a Mission to help make this world we all share a more Civilized place to live, but I can’t do it alone. To borrow a line from Hillary Clinton, it takes a village. BULLYING is a Problem in America. RACISM is a Problem in America. SEXISM is a Problem in America. MISOGYNY is a Problem in America. PREJUDICE is a Problem in America. This has GOT to STOP. Working Capital is needed for Course-Creation Funding. Invest in Civility Here NOW Related Posts 1st-Amendment-vs-Free-Speech Numbers-Matter-How-Long-Has-This-Been-Going-On-Womens-Suffrage-Centennial Funeral-Notice-or-Obituary-Words-MATTER-Womens-Suffrage-Centennial Watching-Her-Wake-Up-on-Her-Deathbed-Ratify-the-Equal-Ri

Numbers Matter.  How Long Has This Been Going On? Women's Suffrage Centennial

UPDATE. Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment would protect WOMEN from Hate Speech of all kinds. This year is the Women's Suffrage Centennial in recognition of 100 Years of Voting Rights for Women. Today is August 14, 2020. Below is my motivation for doing what I do, beginning with this infuriating CALENDAR. Earlier this Spring, Virginia became the 38th State needed for Ratification. Now this landmark Legislation is stuck in the Courts with the National Archivist refusing to Amend the Constitution citing that Ratification occurred past the Deadline. Deadline? There's a Deadline on EQUALITY? Please join the ERA Coalition in saying "There is NO DEADLINE on EQUALITY" by signing their Pe

The Words of a Bully. Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment NOW

UPDATE. I wasn't planning on posting anything today, but the Bully-In-Chief has already attacked Senator Harris & the same insult is being amplified & reported on TV. This is the exact same attack he used in 2016 against another Presidential hopeful you may have heard of before. Below is what I was thinking to myself as I watched in horror of Secretary Clinton being BULLIED in the public arena . 2020 is the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment that granted WOMEN the Right to Vote. Let's Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to protect WOMEN from Hate Speech of all kinds. It happened again first thing this morning on CNN - News anchor John Berman casually saying the word BITCH on TV, not some

Watching Her Wake Up on Her Deathbed. Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment

UPDATE:. The 19th Amendment gave Women the Right to Vote but it doesn't go far enough. Let's celebrate 100 years of voting rights for women by ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment in 2020. With the protection of the Equal Rights Amendment, Pop Culture would not be able to declare "Open Season" on women as has been done for DECADES in Music, in Movies & in TV Advertising. Clear Need for Equal Rights Amendment. MISOGYNISTIC TV Attack Ads Are NOT OK UPDATE. Today, March 19th is the start of "March Madness" so I thought I would highlight WHY we do still need the Equal Rights Amendment by looking at the MADEA Franchise' latest offering " A Madea Family Funeral" PEOPLE are INDIVIDUALS - we are

Funeral Notice or Obituary? Words MATTER. Women's Suffrage Centennial

With the rising death toll from Covid-19, reading Funeral Notices has become a regular occurrence. August is always a month of mixed emotions for me. There are several August Birthdays in my family. It is also a time of great Heart-ache. Tomorrow, August 12 it will be eight years since my Mom died of Metastatic Lung Cancer. Even with the passing years, it never gets any easier. I've been writing about what it was like to watch her learn how to "Read Between the Lines." It was beyond sad to watch her epiphany with the realization of how un-kind the English Language is to WOMEN. The implicit Bias of words like OBITUARY are insulting. I would like to see the Death Care Industry, & quite fra

Honor the Life's Work of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg in Her Lifetime. Ratify the E

On This Day August 10, 1993 Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg was Sworn into Office by President Bill Clinton. When asked "when will we have enough Women on the Supreme Court?" RBG famously responded "When there are 9." All through out her decades-long career, the "Notorious RBG" has become a Women's Rights Living Legend. As the Founder of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project, Justice Ginsberg brought several cases before the Supreme Court before accepting her appointment to the Bench. Here is her Presentation at Stanford University in it's entirety Let's Ratify the #EqualRightsAmendment in her Lifetime so she can live to see it happen <3 <3 <3 Shop Now

Protection From H8te Speech. Ratify the ERA Now. Women's Suffrage Centennial

ENCORE PRESENTATION. While I am not a Historian, I do have a Degree in Sociology. My emphasis on the 100th Anniversary of Women gaining the Right to Vote under the 19th Amendment must be with respect to the Present & Future. That having been said, my knowledge on the subject of the American Civil War, the Reconstruction Period & the early Amendments to our Constitution has grown by leaps & bounds in the three years I've been doing this. One thing I was shocked to learn is that during the Civil War Period as compared to the Present day, the Southern DEMOCRATS & the Northern REPUBLICANS have flip-flopped their Parties' Platforms 180 Degrees. What??? So it is with this mindset of living in th

1984. Backwards From the Beginning. NUMBERS Matter. Women's Suffrage Centennial

UPDATE. Prior to attending the Alley theater's Production of "1984" as I posted yesterday, this has been my August 4th post for the last 3 years. This poor post has been Updated & Updated again & Updated some more until I am blue in the face posting about the sheer hatred of Women being Broadcast on the Big Brother Channel also known as CBS. THIS is exactly WHY WOMEN DO STILL NEED measures like the Equal Rights Amendment to protect us from Hate of all kinds including Hate Speech. The "Reality Show" Big Brother is having their 2020 Season Opener tonight on CBS. I will NOT be watching. As you will read below, the great irony of this on a personal level is that as a College Kid 30 years ago,

Big Brother is Watching. Just Not at the Alley Theater. Women’s Suffrage Centennial

Encore Presentation. Original Post for Women's History Month, March 2020. I really view this as SLANDER OF WOMEN AS A CLASS OF PEOPLE. Whoever staged this Production was not exactly engendering LOVE for their Mothers, Wives & Daughters. What an INFURIATING SLAP IN THE FACE. ********************************************************* With Texas just having voted in our 2020 Presidential Primary with a record number of WOMEN running to be our 46th President & the start of Women’s History Month, I was so hopeful that the Alley Theater’s presentation of George Orwell’s “1984” would help with the rampant Misogyny American Women face in today’s society. It did not. With one white woman & four men

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