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"Today, the renting, hiring or employing of people seems as “natural” as owning people did before the 19th century. In either case, most people in such a society take it for granted. But what if the abolitionists’ achievement of abolishing the owning of other people was followed up with the “neo-abolitionist” goal of abolishing the renting of other people?" http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/column-the-case-for-employee-owned-companies/#.WUQ-Bj4O1As.facebook #abolitionistmovement #abolitionproject #norent #anticapitalism #libertariansocialism #shelloftheold #IWW #anarchosyndicalism #anarchism #labortheoryofproperty #justice #ford #crapitalism #car #love #garage #movement #endpoverty #libertarianmunicipalism #liberation
"Today, the renting, hiring or employing of people seems as “natural” as owning people did before the 19th century. In either case, most people in such a society take it for granted. But what if the abolitionists’ achievement of abolishing the owning of other people was followed up with the “neo-abolitionist” goal of abolishing the renting of other people?" http://www.pbs.org/newshour/making-sense/column-the-case-for-employee-owned-companies/#.WUQ-Bj4O1As.facebook #abolitionistmovement  #abolitionproject  #norent  #anticapitalism  #libertariansocialism  #shelloftheold  #IWW  #anarchosyndicalism  #anarchism  #labortheoryofproperty  #justice  #ford  #crapitalism  #car  #love  #garage  #movement  #endpoverty  #libertarianmunicipalism  #liberation 
@historicaldream ...Fashioning with or without a #scarf this #frederickdouglass #medalion on a #silkrope ...#sterlingsilver #necklace .
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Good night to y'all. I love ya Clint's supporters!!
Intense work this evening!! Thanks ❣️❣️ Tomorrow's a new day! Keep on keeping on. #justicefighter #abolitionistmovement #deathpenalty #keepupthegoodwork #loveya @ig_nordnorge @northernnorway @iamnordic @ilovealta @ilovenorway #nature #naturelovers #instanature #upnorthlife #northernnorway #midnightsun #myterrace
Assume that you have two hours tomorrow to spend on #animal matters. You have a choice. You can distribute literature urging people to eat “cage-free” #eggs, or you can distribute literature urging people not to eat eggs at all because “cage-free” eggs still involve excruciating suffering and eventual death. You cannot do both, and even if you could, your messages would contradict each other and be hopelessly confusing.

Educating people about #veganism is a much more effective way to #reducesuffering in the short term and to build an #abolitionistmovement that can #advocate for and support significant change in the future. Animal welfare continues to treat #animals as commodities. And #welfarereform does not provide significant protection for animal interests, makes the public feel better about exploitation, may actually increase net suffering, and diverts resources from #vegan/#abolitionisteducation.

The sooner people see that the new #welfaristgroups have *nothing* to do with an abolitionist perspective, the better off we will be. - Gary L. Francione

Excerpt: The Four Problems of #AnimalWelfare: In a Nutshell	
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Assume that you have two hours tomorrow to spend on #animal  matters. You have a choice. You can distribute literature urging people to eat “cage-free” #eggs , or you can distribute literature urging people not to eat eggs at all because “cage-free” eggs still involve excruciating suffering and eventual death. You cannot do both, and even if you could, your messages would contradict each other and be hopelessly confusing. Educating people about #veganism  is a much more effective way to #reducesuffering  in the short term and to build an #abolitionistmovement  that can #advocate  for and support significant change in the future. Animal welfare continues to treat #animals  as commodities. And #welfarereform  does not provide significant protection for animal interests, makes the public feel better about exploitation, may actually increase net suffering, and diverts resources from #vegan /#abolitionisteducation . The sooner people see that the new #welfaristgroups  have *nothing* to do with an abolitionist perspective, the better off we will be. - Gary L. Francione Excerpt: The Four Problems of #AnimalWelfare : In a Nutshell http://bit.ly/OVczuH ​​ #govegan  #justice  #abolitionism  #animalrights  #nonviolence  #vegansofinstagram  #vegansofig  #endanimalexploitation  #garylfrancione  #abolitionistapproach  #endanimaluse  #abolitionistvegan  #abolitionistveganism  #animalsmatter  #animalethics  #veganadvocacy  #veganeducation 
ON THIS DAY in 1811, Harriet Beecher Stowe, American abolitionist and author, was born in Connecticut. She came from the Beecher family, a famous religious family, and is best known for her novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852), which depicts the harsh conditions for enslaved African Americans. The book reached millions as a novel and play, and became influential in the United States and Great Britain, energizing anti-slavery forces in the American North, while provoking widespread anger in the South. Stowe wrote 30 books, including novels, three travel memoirs, and collections of articles and letters. She was influential for both her writings and her public stances on social issues of the day. #harrietbeecherstowe #uncletomscabin #abolitionistmovement #antislavery #socialactivist #politicalactivist #19thcentury #trailblazer #mywomenofthedayinstagram
ON THIS DAY in 1811, Harriet Beecher Stowe, American abolitionist and author, was born in Connecticut. She came from the Beecher family, a famous religious family, and is best known for her novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852), which depicts the harsh conditions for enslaved African Americans. The book reached millions as a novel and play, and became influential in the United States and Great Britain, energizing anti-slavery forces in the American North, while provoking widespread anger in the South. Stowe wrote 30 books, including novels, three travel memoirs, and collections of articles and letters. She was influential for both her writings and her public stances on social issues of the day. #harrietbeecherstowe  #uncletomscabin  #abolitionistmovement  #antislavery  #socialactivist  #politicalactivist  #19thcentury  #trailblazer  #mywomenofthedayinstagram 
Are housewives the servants of their husbands?
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I've been nodding along all the way through this book, until I got to the final chapter and thought - ooh, do I actually agree with this? What do you think? ⬇️
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"The service oriented domestic labour of housewives, who can seldom produce tangible evidence of their work, diminishes the social status of women in general. When all is said and done, the housewife, according to bourgeois ideology, is, quite simply, her husband's lifelong servant"
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It's not so much the 'bourgeois ideology bit', I think I'm trying to unpick whether *Davis* also thinks the housewife is essentially 'her husband's servant'?
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This book is teaching me so much.  I knew that the early suffrage movement for women to gain the right to vote didn't represent the needs of black women and even had racist factions within it.  But what i didn't realise before was how this all manifested. All the complex intersections with the abolitionist movement to end slavery, with the socialist movement and workers movement to support 'working people's rights.  It's both fascinating and deeply horrific.  Many tragic stories. And despite all the complexity, Davis cuts through with a compelling and academic read.  Which unlike most academic reads, is actually accessible.
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It's making me think about what groups the current feminist movement might be leaving behind, even inadvertently. Refugees? Transgender people? Sex workers? Disabled women?
Are housewives the servants of their husbands? 〰〰〰 I've been nodding along all the way through this book, until I got to the final chapter and thought - ooh, do I actually agree with this? What do you think? ⬇️ 〰〰〰 "The service oriented domestic labour of housewives, who can seldom produce tangible evidence of their work, diminishes the social status of women in general. When all is said and done, the housewife, according to bourgeois ideology, is, quite simply, her husband's lifelong servant" 〰〰〰 It's not so much the 'bourgeois ideology bit', I think I'm trying to unpick whether *Davis* also thinks the housewife is essentially 'her husband's servant'? 〰〰〰 This book is teaching me so much. I knew that the early suffrage movement for women to gain the right to vote didn't represent the needs of black women and even had racist factions within it. But what i didn't realise before was how this all manifested. All the complex intersections with the abolitionist movement to end slavery, with the socialist movement and workers movement to support 'working people's rights. It's both fascinating and deeply horrific. Many tragic stories. And despite all the complexity, Davis cuts through with a compelling and academic read. Which unlike most academic reads, is actually accessible. 〰〰〰 It's making me think about what groups the current feminist movement might be leaving behind, even inadvertently. Refugees? Transgender people? Sex workers? Disabled women?
Are you in the D.C. area? Here is a great chance to see what being an Abolitionist is all about. Everyday there are children and young adults held against their will and made to do unthinkable sexual acts. Everyday children and young adults are being sold. Becoming an Abolitionist and joining Operation Underground Railroad helps to end sex trafficking and saves the lives of those children and young adults. The movie, Abolitionist, explains how Operation Underground Railroad came to be and why Tim Ballard, the founder of the organization and former CIA agent does what he does. Abolitionist will change your view of the world 🌎. DoTERRA also partners with Operation Underground Railroad by an essential oil blend called Hope and all proceeds go to Operation Underground Railroad. DoTERRA Hope sells for $20. DoTERRA also helps with aftercare services. If you have time and are in the D.C. area, please stop in to watch Abolitionist. If your not in the area, please visit Operation Underground Railroad. Thanks so much!!! www.mydoTerra.com/amigregg.  #amisalternativelifestyle #holisticmom #holisticliving #alternativemom #alternativeliving #operationundergroundrailroad #endsextrafficking #endsexism #endsexualassault #endsexualabuse #endsexualexploitation #endsexualexploitationofchildren #abolitionistmovement #abolitionistmovement #abolitionist #doterra #doterramom #doterrahope #hope #dc #timballard #childrenarenotforsale #peoplearenotforsale #washingtondc
Are you in the D.C. area? Here is a great chance to see what being an Abolitionist is all about. Everyday there are children and young adults held against their will and made to do unthinkable sexual acts. Everyday children and young adults are being sold. Becoming an Abolitionist and joining Operation Underground Railroad helps to end sex trafficking and saves the lives of those children and young adults. The movie, Abolitionist, explains how Operation Underground Railroad came to be and why Tim Ballard, the founder of the organization and former CIA agent does what he does. Abolitionist will change your view of the world 🌎. DoTERRA also partners with Operation Underground Railroad by an essential oil blend called Hope and all proceeds go to Operation Underground Railroad. DoTERRA Hope sells for $20. DoTERRA also helps with aftercare services. If you have time and are in the D.C. area, please stop in to watch Abolitionist. If your not in the area, please visit Operation Underground Railroad. Thanks so much!!! www.mydoTerra.com/amigregg. #amisalternativelifestyle  #holisticmom  #holisticliving  #alternativemom  #alternativeliving  #operationundergroundrailroad  #endsextrafficking  #endsexism  #endsexualassault  #endsexualabuse  #endsexualexploitation  #endsexualexploitationofchildren  #abolitionistmovement  #abolitionistmovement  #abolitionist  #doterra  #doterramom  #doterrahope  #hope  #dc  #timballard  #childrenarenotforsale  #peoplearenotforsale  #washingtondc 
For the Podcast: https://fragilefreedom.com/2017/05/22/may-22nd-1856/

Even as Preston Brooks entered the Senate Chamber on May 22nd, 1856 few would predict the chain of events that he would set in motion, least of all him. A Southern Democrat representing South Carolina, he had heard of and read the speech made by Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner. It had publicly Andrew Butler, who was not only his state’s Senator, but also his cousin. Now he demanded retribution.

Whereas he might have demanded a duel, it was, after all his first instinct, he was talked out of it by his fellow Congressman Laurence Keitt. This was, after all, a man below his station. He had proven, in his speech and the language he used, that point. Dueling him would be beneath Brooks. No, if he were to get satisfaction it would be by treating him like the slaves the Northern Abolitionist loved so dearly, and caning him. 
The events that would follow would become an iconic moment in American history and a turning point as Senator Sumner crumbled unconscious in a pool of his own blood on the floor of the Senate. Though he would recover from his injuries the nation would never be the same. In a sense Brooks would, through his actions, create a unity in the Republican Party that would create a national movement that would, in a few years’ time, deliver the White House to Abraham Lincoln as he set into motion events that would quickly sweep out of control. In a sense he would become the unwilling father of the party he so despised and a movement completely contrary to his nature and his ideology.

This is the story of the caning of Charles Sumner…. #AmericanHistory #ThisDayinHistory #Republican #Democrat #Politics #thisdayinhistory #thisdaythatyear #historylover #historynerd #historygeek #historybuff #charlessumner #caningofsumner #podcast #podcasts #podcasters #podcastshow #freedom #slavery #abolitionistmovement #abolitionists #freesoil #freesoilparty
For the Podcast: https://fragilefreedom.com/2017/05/22/may-22nd-1856/ Even as Preston Brooks entered the Senate Chamber on May 22nd, 1856 few would predict the chain of events that he would set in motion, least of all him. A Southern Democrat representing South Carolina, he had heard of and read the speech made by Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner. It had publicly Andrew Butler, who was not only his state’s Senator, but also his cousin. Now he demanded retribution. Whereas he might have demanded a duel, it was, after all his first instinct, he was talked out of it by his fellow Congressman Laurence Keitt. This was, after all, a man below his station. He had proven, in his speech and the language he used, that point. Dueling him would be beneath Brooks. No, if he were to get satisfaction it would be by treating him like the slaves the Northern Abolitionist loved so dearly, and caning him. The events that would follow would become an iconic moment in American history and a turning point as Senator Sumner crumbled unconscious in a pool of his own blood on the floor of the Senate. Though he would recover from his injuries the nation would never be the same. In a sense Brooks would, through his actions, create a unity in the Republican Party that would create a national movement that would, in a few years’ time, deliver the White House to Abraham Lincoln as he set into motion events that would quickly sweep out of control. In a sense he would become the unwilling father of the party he so despised and a movement completely contrary to his nature and his ideology. This is the story of the caning of Charles Sumner…. #AmericanHistory  #ThisDayinHistory  #Republican  #Democrat  #Politics  #thisdayinhistory  #thisdaythatyear  #historylover  #historynerd  #historygeek  #historybuff  #charlessumner  #caningofsumner  #podcast  #podcasts  #podcasters  #podcastshow  #freedom  #slavery  #abolitionistmovement  #abolitionists  #freesoil  #freesoilparty 
First lunch reading in the park this year. I'm anticipating many more. Started Angela Davis' Women, Race and Class this morning. Wow, first few chapters and it's a hard hitter. But I love her writing style, complex issues delivered in an accessible and compelling way.
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"In repeating her question "ain't I a woman?" no less than four times, she (Sojourner Truth) exposed the class-bias and racism of the new women's movement. All women were not white and all women did not enjoy the material comforts of the middle classes and the bourgeoisie." Sojourner was calling out white privilege back in the women's right movement back in 1851
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Anyone else reading feminist literature in the sunshine? 😉
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#readdiversebooks #books #igreads #bookrecommendation #bibliophile #booklover #bookish #readwomen #herstory #readthis #womensupportingwomen #feminist #feministasfuck #intersectionality #intersectionalfeminist #womenforwomen #genderequality #equalrights #female #nastywoman #resist #shepersisted #angelaydavis #angeladavis #womenraceandclass #abolitionistmovement #blackfeminist
First lunch reading in the park this year. I'm anticipating many more. Started Angela Davis' Women, Race and Class this morning. Wow, first few chapters and it's a hard hitter. But I love her writing style, complex issues delivered in an accessible and compelling way. 〰〰〰 "In repeating her question "ain't I a woman?" no less than four times, she (Sojourner Truth) exposed the class-bias and racism of the new women's movement. All women were not white and all women did not enjoy the material comforts of the middle classes and the bourgeoisie." Sojourner was calling out white privilege back in the women's right movement back in 1851 〰〰〰 Anyone else reading feminist literature in the sunshine? 😉 〰〰〰 #readdiversebooks  #books  #igreads  #bookrecommendation  #bibliophile  #booklover  #bookish  #readwomen  #herstory  #readthis  #womensupportingwomen  #feminist  #feministasfuck  #intersectionality  #intersectionalfeminist  #womenforwomen  #genderequality  #equalrights  #female  #nastywoman  #resist  #shepersisted  #angelaydavis  #angeladavis  #womenraceandclass  #abolitionistmovement  #blackfeminist 
FIRST WAVE FEMINISM 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 Delaney (2014) marks the beginning of first wave feminism (FWF) somewhere back in the 1830s and 40s when the abolitionist movements were gaining momentum. The first Women's Rights Convention was held in 1848 at Seneca Falls, NY. The feminists' goals at the time were to solidify all women's rights to education, and to expand women's rights to own property in marriage. During this time, most women were banned from getting an education. They were also not allowed to own any property once they married. 
Believe it or not, FWF was also a global movement. In Germany feminist women were advocating for women's sexual rights. This is referred to now as the erotic movement (Delaney 2014). A faction of German feminists argued that women should have the right to engage in sexual relations regardless of marital status. 
Despite its gains, FWF was an inherently heteronormative movement. It focused on the issues and plight of white, heterosexual middle class women. Consequently, the early feminist agenda alienated women who identified as lesbian and bisexual, as well as non-white, poor and working class women. It wasn't until the 1960s and 70s that feminists started to reassess and realign the goals and messages of FWF. 
#socialscience #sociologymajor #gender #socialtheory #feminism #firstwavefeminism #critique #heteronormivitity #whitewomen #blackwomen #straightwomen #lesbian #bisexual #workingclasswomen #poorwomen #womenofcolor #senecafalls #senecafallsny #latinowomen #asianwomen #indianwomen #arabwomen #sociology #abolitionistmovement
FIRST WAVE FEMINISM 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 Delaney (2014) marks the beginning of first wave feminism (FWF) somewhere back in the 1830s and 40s when the abolitionist movements were gaining momentum. The first Women's Rights Convention was held in 1848 at Seneca Falls, NY. The feminists' goals at the time were to solidify all women's rights to education, and to expand women's rights to own property in marriage. During this time, most women were banned from getting an education. They were also not allowed to own any property once they married. Believe it or not, FWF was also a global movement. In Germany feminist women were advocating for women's sexual rights. This is referred to now as the erotic movement (Delaney 2014). A faction of German feminists argued that women should have the right to engage in sexual relations regardless of marital status. Despite its gains, FWF was an inherently heteronormative movement. It focused on the issues and plight of white, heterosexual middle class women. Consequently, the early feminist agenda alienated women who identified as lesbian and bisexual, as well as non-white, poor and working class women. It wasn't until the 1960s and 70s that feminists started to reassess and realign the goals and messages of FWF. #socialscience  #sociologymajor  #gender  #socialtheory  #feminism  #firstwavefeminism  #critique  #heteronormivitity  #whitewomen  #blackwomen  #straightwomen  #lesbian  #bisexual  #workingclasswomen  #poorwomen  #womenofcolor  #senecafalls  #senecafallsny  #latinowomen  #asianwomen  #indianwomen  #arabwomen  #sociology  #abolitionistmovement 
If you haven't seen this episode of Underground... then run and see it now.  Underground defies TV convention with a stunning hour-long #HarrietTubman monologue delivering her 1858 speech that might feel a little more relevant than expected in 2017. #undergroundrailroad #Minty #AishaHind #letmypeoplego #abolitionistmovement  Read more at http://www.vox.com/culture/2017/4/16/15300214/underground-wgn-minty-recap-harriet-tubman-aisha-hinds
If you haven't seen this episode of Underground... then run and see it now. Underground defies TV convention with a stunning hour-long #HarrietTubman  monologue delivering her 1858 speech that might feel a little more relevant than expected in 2017. #undergroundrailroad  #Minty  #AishaHind  #letmypeoplego  #abolitionistmovement  Read more at http://www.vox.com/culture/2017/4/16/15300214/underground-wgn-minty-recap-harriet-tubman-aisha-hinds
YESTERDAY: #todayinhistory sometimes our history is tough to deal with, but it's good to see that there were always people resisting and practicing civil disobedience even in the bleakest of times.
YESTERDAY: #todayinhistory  sometimes our history is tough to deal with, but it's good to see that there were always people resisting and practicing civil disobedience even in the bleakest of times.
Happy Birthday to Andwele Gardner, D'wayne Wiggins, Maceo Parker, Gregory Oliver Hines, Danai Jekesai Gurira, Lee Chamberlin, and Frederick Douglass! #MyBlackIsAmazing #Melanin #BlackisBeautiful #ILoveBeingBlack #BlackHistory #birthdays #blackstars #blackmen  #africanamerican #blackwomen #famousblacks #Amazingblacks #blackpeople #aquarius #actress #dancer #tap #abolitionistmovement #activist #actor
"I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence." #FrederickDouglass. #FormerSlave, #Abolitionist, #SocialReformer, #Orator and #Statesman. Frederick Douglass escaped slavery and ran to #Maryland where be later became a leader for the #AbolitionistMovement in #Massachusetts and #NewYork. He wrote many pieces on #AntiSlavery and #Autobiographies. He #believed in #WomensSuffrage and #Equality for all. #BlackHistoryMonth#blackboyjoy #wetooareamerica #wearemagic #AmericanHistory #ourhistory
"I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence." #FrederickDouglass . #FormerSlave , #Abolitionist , #SocialReformer , #Orator  and #Statesman . Frederick Douglass escaped slavery and ran to #Maryland  where be later became a leader for the #AbolitionistMovement  in #Massachusetts  and #NewYork . He wrote many pieces on #AntiSlavery  and #Autobiographies . He #believed  in #WomensSuffrage  and #Equality  for all. #BlackHistoryMonth #blackboyjoy  #wetooareamerica  #wearemagic  #AmericanHistory  #ourhistory 
Abolitionist John Brown in 1856, 3 years before the raid at the federal armory at #HarpersFerry that would eventually help spark the #TheCivilWar and a popular Union Army marching song that would also be the basis of Julia Ward Howe's "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"..."John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave, John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave,
But his soul goes marching on. Glory, glory, hallelujah,
Glory, glory, hallelujah,
His soul goes marching" #JohnBrown #AbolitionistMovement
Abolitionist John Brown in 1856, 3 years before the raid at the federal armory at #HarpersFerry  that would eventually help spark the #TheCivilWar  and a popular Union Army marching song that would also be the basis of Julia Ward Howe's "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"..."John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave, John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave, But his soul goes marching on. Glory, glory, hallelujah, Glory, glory, hallelujah, His soul goes marching" #JohnBrown  #AbolitionistMovement 
Sojourner Truth.  Born into slavery she took her freedom and later said "I did not run off, for I thought that wicked, but I walked off, believing that to be alright." Less than 2 years later, in 1828, she would be one of the first black women to win a lawsuit against a white man, she won the freedom of her young son she had been forced to leave behind.
Sojourner Truth. Born into slavery she took her freedom and later said "I did not run off, for I thought that wicked, but I walked off, believing that to be alright." Less than 2 years later, in 1828, she would be one of the first black women to win a lawsuit against a white man, she won the freedom of her young son she had been forced to leave behind.
NEW BLOG POST UP from my amazing preacher man aka my hubby!!! This is all about FREEDOM and a re run of all the miracles and blessings God has done for us in 2016 😍🙌🏻🙏🏻🎉 #miracles #2016 #newyear #freedom #faith #blessings #blogger #
All You Need Is Love embroidery in distressed frame... ❤️❤️ #allyouneedislove #peaceandlove #bohodecor #thebeatleslove
Happy #MarbledMonday! Today, we're featuring a marbled design from a rare 1st edition published in London in 1807. It's a comprehensive, influential denouncement of the slave trade by one of Britain's leading abolitionists titled "A letter on the abolition of the slave trade." #marbled #librariesofinstagram #specialcollections #rarebooks #fromthevault #libraries #abolition #abolitionistmovement
On this day in 1865, following its ratification by the requisite three-quarters of the states earlier in the month, the 13th Amendment is formally adopted into the U.S. Constitution, ensuring that "neither slavery nor involuntary servitude...shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction."
#thisdayinhistory
On this day in 1865, following its ratification by the requisite three-quarters of the states earlier in the month, the 13th Amendment is formally adopted into the U.S. Constitution, ensuring that "neither slavery nor involuntary servitude...shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." #thisdayinhistory 
Loving these vintage shrooms!! #shrooms #mushroomlover #perfectgift
Gooooood Morning, Sunshines!  This design brings me some sunshine on this cloudy, snowy day!  #goodmorningsunshine #embroideryart
Could there be a better day than #givingtuesday to tell you about how your H&K Swimwear purchase helps others? 
Your purchase will support Operation Underground Railroad (@ourrescue), a non-profit organization that conducts rescue operations to free children from slavery. Read more about their rescue missions to eradicate child sex trafficking by clicking the link in our bio. •
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Could there be a better day than #givingtuesday  to tell you about how your H&K Swimwear purchase helps others? Your purchase will support Operation Underground Railroad (@ourrescue), a non-profit organization that conducts rescue operations to free children from slavery. Read more about their rescue missions to eradicate child sex trafficking by clicking the link in our bio. • • • #myhkswimwear  #shineOURlight  #ourrescue  #mygivingstory  #abolitionist  #abolitionistmovement  #hkswimwear  #swimsuits  #swim  #bikini  #bikinis 
On the arrow trend train.....
#bohodecor #arrows #upordown #hoopart
This one sold right away this past weekend at craft fair, and I wasn't surprised.... lovin' it!!
#hoopart #sheisfierce #bohohome
How about this gorgeous set to add to your collection of beauties!? Now available in our Etsy shop for $46!  DM me for code to save 15% on your first order!
Also... 15% of sale price is donated to Love 146, a non-profit organization that helps save children from sex slavery and exploitation.  Your purchase makes a difference!  #endchildslavery #bohochicjewelry #love146
How about this gorgeous set to add to your collection of beauties!? Now available in our Etsy shop for $46! DM me for code to save 15% on your first order! Also... 15% of sale price is donated to Love 146, a non-profit organization that helps save children from sex slavery and exploitation. Your purchase makes a difference! #endchildslavery  #bohochicjewelry  #love146 
Happy Sunday, Happy Autumn!
~ Necklace and Earring Set ~
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Earring debut!  Made these beauties last night and think I'll be making myself a pair next. 👍🏻😉 Purchase your pair in our shop... Link in bio.  PLUS when you buy a pair, a portion of the sale will go towards helping children who have been exposed to sex slavery!!!
Earring debut! Made these beauties last night and think I'll be making myself a pair next. 👍🏻😉 Purchase your pair in our shop... Link in bio. PLUS when you buy a pair, a portion of the sale will go towards helping children who have been exposed to sex slavery!!!
October Colors Rule and we found the perfect piece to compliment the background!
#octobercolors #bohojewelry
- - -From our new Tie-Dye Collection - - -
*** Boho Chic Beachy Medallion *** #bohochicjewelry #endchildslavery
Boho Chic Happy Sunshine Necklace
Boho Chic Happy Sunshine Necklace
*Latergram One of the saddest and most disturbing items on display at the Museum of The City Of New York's "Activist New York" exhibition. #LegIrons #Slavery #TheWorstOfHistory #Abolition #AbolitionistMovement #MuseumOfTheCityOfNewYork #ActivistNewYorkExhibition #Sunday #NYC