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Marcha das Margaridas  Margarida Alves é sempre evocada como um símbolo de força, de coragem, de resistência e de luta, servindo como inspiração e estimulando as mulheres a lutarem por igualdade de gênero, justiça, autonomia e igualdade — e contra todas as formas de discriminação e violência no campo, particularmente a violência sexista.

Marcha das Margaridas Margarida Alves é sempre evocada como um símbolo de força, de coragem, de resistência e de luta, servindo como inspiração e estimulando as mulheres a lutarem por igualdade de gênero, justiça, autonomia e igualdade — e contra todas as formas de discriminação e violência no campo, particularmente a violência sexista.

57.	Day 57: Poly Styrene—Poly Styrene was a singer-songwriter and the front-woman for trailblazing punk band X-Ray Spex. A UK woman of Somali and Scottish-Irish parents, with X-Ray Spex Poly railed against consumerism and patriarchal ideas of perfect girlhood, exemplified in their most known song “Oh Bondage, Up Yours!” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poly_Styrene … & http://www.rookiemag.com/2016/08/hero-status-poly-styrene/

57. Day 57: Poly Styrene—Poly Styrene was a singer-songwriter and the front-woman for trailblazing punk band X-Ray Spex. A UK woman of Somali and Scottish-Irish parents, with X-Ray Spex Poly railed against consumerism and patriarchal ideas of perfect girlhood, exemplified in their most known song “Oh Bondage, Up Yours!” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poly_Styrene … & http://www.rookiemag.com/2016/08/hero-status-poly-styrene/

juliana rabelo | illustration: ilustrasunday

juliana rabelo | illustration: ilustrasunday

Day 70: Chien-Shiung Wu A Chinese-born American physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and afterwards, she disproved a law of physics that lead to her male colleagues (but not her) receiving a Nobel Prize. In addition to teaching at Princton, she was the first female President of the American Physical Society, won the National Medal of Science, was the first person selected to receive the Wolf Prize in Physics and was the first living scientist to have an asteroid named after her.

Day 70: Chien-Shiung Wu A Chinese-born American physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and afterwards, she disproved a law of physics that lead to her male colleagues (but not her) receiving a Nobel Prize. In addition to teaching at Princton, she was the first female President of the American Physical Society, won the National Medal of Science, was the first person selected to receive the Wolf Prize in Physics and was the first living scientist to have an asteroid named after her.

juliana rabelo | illustration: ilustrasunday

juliana rabelo | illustration: ilustrasunday

#100Days100Women Day 27: Ida B. Wells Crusading journalist & civil rights activist   http://www.biography.com/people/ida-b-wells-9527635#later-career …

#100Days100Women Day 27: Ida B. Wells Crusading journalist & civil rights activist http://www.biography.com/people/ida-b-wells-9527635#later-career …

Bothanic, Anathomy, box cuter, glue. These are the weapons from Travis Bedel (EUA).

As colagens de Travis Bedel

Bothanic, Anathomy, box cuter, glue. These are the weapons from Travis Bedel (EUA).

"100 Ημέρες, 100 Γυναίκες"

"100 Ημέρες, 100 Γυναίκες"

Evelyn Brent

Evelyn Brent

Pauli Murray was a civil and women’s rights activist. She coined the term “Jane Crow” to designate the was race and gender intersected to oppress black women. Some call her the queer foremother of intersectionality. Murray co-founded the National Organization for Women in 1966 and as well was a civil rights attorney and educator. In the late 1970s, she left academia to become an episcopal priest. Later she would be raised to Holy Men, Holy Women of the church (sainted).

Pauli Murray was a civil and women’s rights activist. She coined the term “Jane Crow” to designate the was race and gender intersected to oppress black women. Some call her the queer foremother of intersectionality. Murray co-founded the National Organization for Women in 1966 and as well was a civil rights attorney and educator. In the late 1970s, she left academia to become an episcopal priest. Later she would be raised to Holy Men, Holy Women of the church (sainted).

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