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Abzug at a New York Press Conference

Bella Abzug

A formidable leader of the women’s movement, Bella Abzug fought to pass the Equal Rights Amendment and other vital legislation for the rights of women. During her three terms in Congress, she advocated for groundbreaking bills including the Equal Rights Amendment and crucial support of Title IX.

This Week in History

Rosenfeld, Fanny - still image [media]
July 31, 1928
Canadian Bobbie Rosenfeld won an Olympic silver medal in the 100-meter race. The 1928 Olympics, held in Amsterdam, were the first in which women were...

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Jewesses with Attitude

July 29, 2014
by Tara Metal
July 29, 2014
by Gail Reimer

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Because one mom wrote a letter, Land's End now makes science shirts for girls! #MakingChange http://t.co/RrgQYlxo76
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"She has a special collar she wears for when she's dissenting, and another for when she is in the majority" YES. #RBG http://t.co/74RuwGkbah
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Today in 1928, canadian Bobbie Rosenfeld won an Olympic silver medal in the 100-meter race. http://t.co/t1KBbhSYME

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