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#1. March 07, 2012
I had a wonderful trip to Savannah, Georgia last week. Two highlights were dinner at The Olde Pink House and the warmth of southern hospitality. I actually heard two different women (both in customer service) call a customer “Honey Bunny.” I loved it!
So, my little Honey Bunny, coming up this week on the Surfnetkids Calendar is:
Harriet Tubman Day
Mar 10, 2012
Johnny Appleseed Day
Mar 11, 2012
See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
"Surfing the Net with Kids"
#2. History of Women’s Rights
by Barbara J. Feldman
History of Women’s Rights Printable (** for premium members only)
Although it is easy to take women’s modern day rights for granted, women have not always had the right to vote and own property. In fact, in some countries, women are still considered to be their husband’s property, and have very few rights on their own. This week’s roundup of sites explores the history of women’s rights, the progress women have made, and the advantages society gets from their contributions.
About.com: International Woman Suffrage Timeline
“When did various nations give all women the right to vote? Many gave it in steps — some locales gave the vote for local elections first, or some racial or ethnic groups were excluded until later.” Find out exactly when women first began receiving suffrage (the right to vote) and stand for political office by browsing through this timeline. Links to other timelines include a state-by-state timeline and a US women’s suffrage events timeline.
History.com: The Fight for Women’s Suffrage
Did you know that black men received the right to vote in US elections back in 1870, but that women did not receive that right until 50 years later? Women in the US have not even been able to vote for 100 years, but they have been fighting for this right for much longer than that. This detailed history is augmented with photo galleries and videos about the women behind the suffrage movement and the women who currently benefit from it by becoming leaders in politics.
National Women’s History Project: Resource Center
“The National Women’s History Project, founded in 1980, is a non-profit educational organization committed to recognizing and celebrating the diverse and significant historical accomplishments of women.” Click on the Biography Center link in the left-hand menu for a comprehensive list of major figures in the women’s rights movement with short summaries of their contributions. The Teacher’s Lounge link offers creative ideas for teaching about women’s rights in the classroom.
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Women’s History Month Printable
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Women’s History Month Quiz
#5. Surfing the Calendar
Barbie Doll Debuts
Mar 9, 1959
US Paper Money Issued
Mar 10, 1862
Daylight Saving Time Begins
Mar 11, 2012
Sir William Herschel Discovers Uranus
Mar 13, 1781
Deaf History Month Begins
Mar 13, 2012
Albert Einstein’s Birthday
Mar 14, 1879
Mar 14, 2012
International Ask a Question Day
Mar 14, 2012
#6. Quote of the Week
“When in doubt, just take the next small step.” ~~ Regina Brett ~~ (b. 1949) columnist in The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio. Click here for more determination quotes.
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