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Rebellious Women: A Labor Day Toast

By Deborah Harkins
The bravery of our foremothers is too often unsung. On this, our national day off, won for us in 1894, we toast the heroines who took to the ramparts to help end the era of starvation wages and 60-hour workweeks.
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Politics

Courage: What the World Needs Now

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
Many of us are passive when we spot injustice. Sometimes we feel it is not our place to interfere, or that one person cannot do much of anything. People who act bravely feel it is better to take a stand, even if they may not win.
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My Oakland March

By Dorothy Gilbert
If you are "eternally vigilant"; if you take responsibility for those things that make a decent, meaningful, beautiful life, then maybe you have a chance to make it so, in spite of all the threats, the viciousness, that are bound to occur around you.
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