February 14, 1913: The suffragist Army of the Hudson continues its advance on Washington, D.C., marching from Princeton to Trenton, New Jersey today. The troops have now covered 53 miles in just 3 days since leaving Newark.
100 years ago today—on Valentine’s Day, 1920—a group of brave suffragists founded the League of Women Voters. Today we honor their fight by continuing to push our democracy forward so that every voter can play a critical role in shaping our country.
HJ Res 79 will now head to the Senate after a 232-183 vote—where bipartisan companion legislation has already been introduced by Senators Ben Cardin and Lisa Murkowski.
Trump’s budget blueprint is hundreds of pages, with dozens of spreadsheets and tables. But at its core, it’s a statement about who this President values and who he doesn’t.
My stomach is in knots with social media buzz, reviews and accolades for the new film “Birds Of Prey,” and I had a hard time watching the recent Academy Awards since “The Joker” was nominated for 11 awards. Why isn’t anyone asking what type of damage movies like these are doing to those of us who suffer with mental illness?
Kathy Bisbee, a 2019 Virtual World Society Nextant Legacy Award winner, is promoting access, inclusion and diversity in the realm of XR—the spectrum of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and beyond—through Brookline Interactive Group’s Public VR Lab, a program committed to enacting social and economic change now so that others can benefit later.
Learning is a reciprocal, life-long process. Elders learn from young people who bring new experiences and new knowledges to us all. Learning is multifaceted and continuous; all of us at every different age learn together and from one another.
February 13, 1913: This has been an eventful, but exhausting 27-mile second day of the Newark, New Jersey, to Washington, D.C., suffrage hike by General Rosalie Jones and her Army of the Hudson.
The Canyon Nest, a school 30 minutes from the U.S. / Mexico border, will soon provide education for children of families waiting in Tijuana while seeking refuge in the United States.
February 12, 1913: On to Washington! Votes for Women! Those were the enthusiastic cheers of Rosalie Jones and her hardy group of suffrage hikers as they left this morning on a trek that will make their hike from New York City to Albany two months ago seem like a brief stroll in the park.