Your Week in Pin Up Issue 40: The We Will Not Go Quietly Edition

ywipu23 January 2017

It’s My Blog and I’ll Do What I Want To


The Women’s March.

Inspiring, but also a signal that we have so much work to do to harness this energy into political activism. Why I marched here.


And Then There’s that Tradition of Women Activists Crashing a Presidential Party.

Women protesting for the right to vote during Woodrow Wilson's 1913 inauguration.

Women protesting for the right to vote during Woodrow Wilson’s 1913 inauguration.

Just following in the footsteps of the suffragists, who marched for their right to vote. Check out the full story of the 1913 march on Mashable.


Speaking of Marching.

Martin Luther King and his wife Coretta Scott King leading freedom marchers in Montgomery, Alabama, 1965. Martin Broffman for the Associated Press.

Martin Luther King and his wife Coretta Scott King leading freedom marchers in Montgomery, Alabama, 1965. Martin Broffman for the Associated Press.

We’re part of a battle to get–and keep–our civil rights.


Speaking of Bad-Ass Women

Betty White turned 95 this week.


This. Gif.

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