Women Making History is a coffee table book celebrating those who dared to stand for equal rights. The book features groundbreaking women whose courage, wisdom, and determination helped pave the way for greater gender equality.
Women and men have an equal rights and obligations, but in some components of this world, there are many ladies who still have to be forced to fight for equal opportunities. This is the big apple Times Ladies creating a history book about people who were brave enough to fight for equal rights. We all know that girls and men have physiological differences, and that they even speak, and behave differently.
However, ladies and men are equal opportunities in life, and these variations don’t seem to be for competition; it’s to enhance one another so we can thrive.
This book contains a variety of recent royal family Times articles that begins with the Equal Rights Convention in 1866 and ends with the Time’s Up movement in 2018. You’ll be impressed by these ladies who don’t seem to be afraid to talk up and take action. It’s a good book to give to your sisters, daughters, or the other ladies.
Please note: These pages are not standard newspaper dimensions, therefore, the type is shrunk slightly to fit a more convenient, book-sized trim. Certain years/pages are reprinted from microfilm and font size may be reduced.