Spaarnestad Photo, SFA002006268
Suffragettes op een kar. (Pleitbezorgsters van het vrouwenkiesrecht in Engeland rond 1900).
Two suffragettes (women’s rights movement) standing on a cart, bringing their message. England, location unknown, about 1900.
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Maker: Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952)
Title: A Comanche Mother
Medium: photogravure print
George Eastman House Collection
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Scott Brown Plays the Victim
ads and a website
blasting one Republican and one Democratic Senator each for voting to block the EPA from updating clean air safeguards
“As a father, I would never do anything to put my two daughters or anyone else’s children in harms [sic] way.” And that one of his most “solemn responsibilities” is to “protect children.”
A UN report on children and armed conflict in Afghanistan
makes very sad reading. It shows, for example, how children have been used by anti-government elements for suicide bombings and planting explosives, or recruited to the Afghan National Security Forces, despite official government policy banning such practices.
The report also sheds light on the detention of children for alleged association with armed groups, on the number of children killed or maimed by suicide attacks and on sexual violence committed by armed groups against boys and girls.
Read more at circlingthelionsden.blogspot.com
Second Look Behind the Headlines