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    • #NEVERAGAIN

      #POWERTOPEOPLE (Democracy)
      #PowerAtPolls Revolution: #MeToo, #NeverAgain, #BlackLivesMatter, #BlackWomenVoters

      Books
      — Across that Bridge by John Lewis (Review)

      Elijah Cummings
      (Defying Danger to Democracy)
      Democracy In Danger: Rise Up in Defense
      Democracy In Chains by Nancy MacLean
      How Democracies Die by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt
      Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic by David Frum
      It’s Even Worse than You Think by David Cay Johnston
      Dismantling Democracy Donald Cohen
      It Can’t Happen Here Sinclair Lewis

      No is not Enough: Resisting

      #WOMENHISTORY
      1. US women vying to crack cement block (presidential candidates)
      2. Women leaders on the global front
      3. Why women fight harder for political positions
      4. Hillary Clinton (part one)
      5. What if Hillary had won (part two)
      6. Women Issues Trump threw off the train
      7. Domestic Violence — personal story
      8. Women and political and career inequality
      9. #MeToo and plot to the polls
      10. Misogyny, sexual assault, child rape and molestation, sexual harassment, oppression
      11. Pocketbook Pain is the Root of All Evil
      12. Gwendolyn Brooks
      13. Sonya Soutermeirsp?Gloria Steinamsp?
      14. Ruth Bader Ginsberg
      15. Maya Angelou
      16. Ida B. Wells, Gwen Ifill sp?
      17. Anna Julia Cooper, Zora Neale Hurston, Charlotte Perkins Gilman
      18. Harriett Tubman, Sojourner Truth
      19. Eleanor Roosevelt
      20. Adrienne Rich
      21. Michelle Obama (What Michelle Means to Us?)
      22. Toni Morrison
      23. Bell hooks (Gloria Watkins), Brittany Cooper
      24. Jo Harjosp?
      25. Tamar manassehsp? Mothers Against Senseless Violence
      26. Founder of black lives matter has memoir, when they call you a terrorist (Review)
      27. Aretha Franklin

      #NEVERAGAIN
      #POWERTOPEOPLE (Democracy)
      #PowerAtPolls Revolution: #MeToo, #NeverAgain, #BlackLivesMatter, #BlackWomenVoters

      Books
      — Across that Bridge by John Lewis (Review)

      Elijah Cummings
      (Defying Danger to Democracy)
      Democracy In Danger: Rise Up in Defense
      Democracy In Chains by Nancy MacLean
      How Democracies Die by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt
      Trumpocracy: The Corruption of the American Republic by David Frum
      It’s Even Worse than You Think by David Cay Johnston
      Dismantling Democracy Donald Cohen
      It Can’t Happen Here Sinclair Lewis

      #WOMENHISTORY
      1. US women vying to crack cement block (presidential candidates)
      2. Women leaders on the global front
      3. Why women fight harder for political positions
      4. Hillary Clinton (part one)
      5. What if Hillary had won (part two)
      6. Women Issues Trump threw off the train
      7. Domestic Violence — personal story
      8. Women and political and career inequality
      9. #MeToo and plot to the polls
      10. Misogyny, sexual assault, child rape and molestation, sexual harassment, oppression
      11. Pocketbook Pain is the Root of All Evil
      12. Gwendolyn Brooks
      13. Sonya Soutermeirsp?Gloria Steinamsp?
      14. Ruth Bader Ginsberg
      15. Maya Angelou
      16. Ida B. Wells, Gwen Ifill sp?
      17. Anna Julia Cooper, Zora Neale Hurston, Charlotte Perkins Gilman
      18. Harriett Tubman, Sojourner Truth
      19. Eleanor Roosevelt
      20. Adrienne Rich
      21. Michelle Obama (What Michelle Means to Us?)
      22. Toni Morrison
      23. Bell hooks (Gloria Watkins)
      24. Jo Harjosp?
      25. Tamar manassehsp? Mothers Against Senseless Violence
      26. Founder of black lives matter has memoir, when they call you a terrorist (Review)
      27. Aretha Franklin

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