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ANNA, IDA B., AND MARY

Susan Vaughan here. When I was growing up, I remember studying women’s efforts to gain the right to vote. The suffragettes I read about in history class were Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Julia Ward Howe and others—who were all white. … Continue reading

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The Class With All The Smart Girls

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. I graduated from high school in Liberty, New York in 1965. Although I didn’t know this until many years later, we were known by some as “the class with all the smart girls.” I did … Continue reading

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