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West Africa’s Food Heritage
And Lucy Stone would know. She was the first to challenge many discriminatory practices.
Did you know she was the ﬁrst woman from Massachusetts to earn a college
belief in the equality of the sexes was evident in both her political and
personal endeavors. Did you know as a suffragette, her passionate speeches helped galvanize Susan B. Anthony to join the women's rights movement? Did you know, Lucy Stone opted be the first woman not to take her husband’s name and, as a result, the phrase “a Lucy Stoner” became synonymous with a married woman who kept her maiden name?
Learn more about this woman of firsts at this free event:
Haven't read it yet? That's okay! It's a novella; there's still time! Unless, of course, you wake up one morning with no hands to hold the book.
Should that happen, though, you could always get the audiobook...
Per chance, in this age of WFH and remote learning, should you need to tell someone to pipe down over there, here are a few assorted ways in which to yell at various members of your household.
The Friends. Always here for you. Silently.