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Julia Ward Howe

Julia Ward Howe was born on this day in 1819(-1910). She was an American poet, abolitionist, activist, and author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” 6 more words

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Book Review: Fierce Convictions, by Karen Swallow Prior

It’s a shame I had never heard of Hannah More before I read Fierce Convictions, but I’m glad Karen Swallow Prior was the one to introduce her to me. 231 more words

Book Reviews

abortion: not a felony, not an issue

there are 125,000 abortions world-wide per day. this equates to approximately 50 million per year. to put it into perspective, that’s almost the entire population of Darwin in the Northern Territory being masecured everyday, and double Australia’s entire population being wiped out each year. 683 more words

Abolitionist

I care about freedom because...

For the past few years I have been making an attempt to put the topic of human trafficking in your news feed on a fairly regular basis.   616 more words

Human Trafficking

thankfulness

Guess what…

Guess what!

GUESS WHAT!!!!!!!!

It’s finished. It’s complete. It’s been sent off. My thesis turned Major Research Paper has been written, cried over, edited countless times, cried over again, emailed to my advisers, approved as the final version, and just last night I emailed it to the program director. 1,055 more words

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James' Journey Blog Tour Day 5: Interview with Author Helen Lundstrom Erwin


Being a part of Bibliophile’s Workshop’s many different blog tours, will give you the opportunity to read various novels, spanning many genres and writing styles, along with helping share new, promising titles with readers all across the internet. 1,716 more words

James' Journey Blog Tour Day #3-The 'Quaker' Spirituality of the Abolitionists


Being a part of Bibliophile’s Workshop’s many different blog tours, will give you the opportunity to read various novels, spanning many genres and writing styles, along with helping share new, promising titles with readers all across the internet. 1,553 more words