Dance with Susan B. Anthony and join us for One Billion Rising!

Posted by on February 14, 2013 in 60-Second History Lesson | 2 comments

VIDEO SPECIALS: A tribute to Susan B. Anthony who joins One Billion Rising across the United States and around the world. Susan’s video tribute. LINK. Susan dances with One Billion Rising. LINK.

It’s Valentine’s Day, a day of love and caring and respect for those who are special. It’s a perfect day for One Billion Rising which unites many different types of people in a rising of spirit, action, energy and determination. Let’s put an end to violence to women and girls.

Dance with Suffrage Wagon today. RSVP at suffragewagon at gmail dot com

February 15th is Susan B. Anthony’s birthday, a day celebrated by suffrage advocates and allies during Aunt Susan’s life time that continues to this day. Many women over the years called themselves Susan’s nieces. And it seems fitting to continue the tradition.

Susan’s smiling on February 14, 2013. Join us for One Billion Rising!

WE LOVE YOU, AUNT SUSAN!

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  1. It’s too bad I wasn’t able to take part in the dance on February 14th. We should continue to honor those who came before us and fought for the rights that we have today. Movements such as this will encourage more young people to take interest in women’s suffrage and as well as the more modern problems women face today. I love the woman who dances at the end of the video by the way lol~

  2. I fully support this movement. I think it is great that so many people can come together in solidarity to show the world it is not acceptable to rape and show acts of violence toward women and girls. The sooner the world stands up united in this the better. No one should be made to feel a minority, and it’s events like this which can really help to focus the attention on bad practices, attitudes and behaviour with the aim to putting an end to it all. I still think there needs to be more publicity surrounding these events, and more coverage in the media to raise awareness and gain more support.

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