Posts Tagged “International Women’s Day”

A Day Without a Woman and the USS LIBERTY

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A Day Without a Woman and the USS LIBERTY

Eileen Fleming

Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for TADN at The Arab Daily News
Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for The Arab Daily News
Producer "30 Minutes with Vanunu" who founded WeAreWideAwake.org in response to her first of 8 trips to both sides of The Wall in Palestine Israel.
In 2012, Eileen ran for US House of Representatives District 5, in Fl.
Read her FREE eBooks and more at:http://www.eileenfleming.org/

Wednesday’s Day Without a Woman strike is spotlighting women’s economic power and contributions to society in paid and unpaid labor. On this Day Without a Woman, this American woman labors in love for the USS LIBERTY By Eileen Fleming On the first women’s day in 1909, 15,000 women marched through the streets of New York demanding…

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International Women’s Day, Alfred Nobel and Mother’s Day

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International Women’s Day, Alfred Nobel and Mother’s Day

Eileen Fleming

Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for TADN at The Arab Daily News
Senior Non-Arab Correspondent for The Arab Daily News
Producer "30 Minutes with Vanunu" who founded WeAreWideAwake.org in response to her first of 8 trips to both sides of The Wall in Palestine Israel.
In 2012, Eileen ran for US House of Representatives District 5, in Fl.
Read her FREE eBooks and more at:http://www.eileenfleming.org/

International Women’s Day began in the early 1900’s as a Socialist political event, primarily in Europe and especially in the Soviet Bloc. By Eileen Fleming International Women’s Day has lost much of its political flavor however, the political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations still runs strong. Among the women who raised…

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