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Happy Women's Equality Day!

Today marks 90 years of women in the USA having the right to vote!

Because I've been running around like a fool this past week, I'm giving ya a graphical post made of things not of my creation. Enjoy!

What to Chicago women do when a British suffragist is in town? Postpone Thanksgiving dinner!  Image from The Society Pages. One of the awesome things about living in Chicago is that I know I'm raising hell in a city that has a long history of women raising hell. Click over to see the newspaper account of this postponed dinner.


Have you received the email about women & voting? Kinda surprised it hasn't found a new life in recent weeks. Either way, enjoy these images from that email and two that I took myself:

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