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xchrom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Mar-28-08 08:52 PM
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32. i'm talking about continuity --
notably in the 19th century in america -- til now -- efforts have been continuous -- that you weren't aware is a different matter.

but it never stopped -- it owes nothing to any other movement -- it precedes ghandi -- it has been it's own movement for a very long time.

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  -I am a 57 year old white woman who benefited from the Civil Rights Movement karynnj  Mar-28-08 09:20 AM   #0 
  - Thankyou. And calling women 'anti-woman' because we oppose HRC is sexist in that it  blm   Mar-28-08 09:30 AM   #1 
  - Exactly. Well said! n/t  sfexpat2000   Mar-28-08 03:04 PM   #26 
  - Very good post ...  phrigndumass   Mar-28-08 09:31 AM   #2 
  - You're so right. One thing built another  Ishoutandscream2   Mar-28-08 09:32 AM   #3 
  - I was taking nothing away from LBJ  karynnj   Mar-28-08 09:40 AM   #5 
  - i will always view LBJ as one of the best when it comes to social issues  JI7   Mar-28-08 09:44 AM   #8 
  - it's always interesting to read about how things were in the past  JI7   Mar-28-08 09:36 AM   #4 
  - Thank you for suggesting I post this alone  karynnj   Mar-28-08 04:51 PM   #28 
  - We all benefit when people are given due dignity  CreekDog   Mar-28-08 09:41 AM   #6 
  - Some things I mis-remember...  stillcool47   Mar-28-08 09:44 AM   #7 
  - A well-reasoned, well-written post, as always from karynnj  WesDem   Mar-28-08 09:45 AM   #9 
  - Excellent post!  rox63   Mar-28-08 09:57 AM   #10 
  - Excellent. Thanks. n/t  ProSense   Mar-28-08 10:07 AM   #11 
  - Beautiful. Thank you so much for saying this.  Solomon   Mar-28-08 10:07 AM   #12 
  - Look at Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.  murielm99   Mar-29-08 02:10 AM   #42 
     - The other thing that I hate, is that when people refer to  Solomon   Mar-29-08 09:52 AM   #46 
  - Thanks.  redqueen   Mar-28-08 10:08 AM   #13 
  - you benefited from the work of feminists of the 19th century.  xchrom   Mar-28-08 10:11 AM   #14 
  - That does not counter that the changes due to the Civil Rights movement helped me.  karynnj   Mar-28-08 10:22 AM   #16 
  - yes it does -- do you imagine that the womns movement suspended  xchrom   Mar-28-08 11:38 AM   #18 
  - They were not the dominant force in the 1960s and 1970s  karynnj   Mar-28-08 02:45 PM   #19 
  - i'm talking about continuity --  xchrom   Mar-28-08 08:52 PM   #32 
  - Keep in mind that women are the majority.  ginchinchili   Mar-28-08 02:56 PM   #23 
  - Thank you. My mother was invovled in both movements  Catherina   Mar-28-08 10:13 AM   #15 
  - Very good!  calimary   Mar-28-08 10:27 AM   #17 
  - Great post! K and R. And I like your sister!  thecatburgler   Mar-28-08 02:49 PM   #20 
  - K&R for a nice post  politicasista   Mar-28-08 02:51 PM   #21 
  - great post, sister k!  knixphan   Mar-28-08 02:52 PM   #22 
  - K & R  DerekJ   Mar-28-08 02:59 PM   #24 
  - So did I and what you said!  sfexpat2000   Mar-28-08 03:02 PM   #25 
  - Great post, Karynnj. I had to laugh about the typing class. I am Gen X,  beachmom   Mar-28-08 03:13 PM   #27 
  - Very good post. n/t  NJSecularist   Mar-28-08 07:33 PM   #29 
  - Feminists piggy backing on the backs of the Civil Rights Movement?  Darth_Kitten   Mar-28-08 07:49 PM   #30 
  - Who was behind the Civil Rights Bill and Afirmative Action?  karynnj   Mar-28-08 07:57 PM   #31 
  - ok --the womens rights movement is not contained by a nations boundaries  xchrom   Mar-28-08 09:00 PM   #33 
     - I've likely read more of them than you have and watch CSPAN more than all other channels combined  karynnj   Mar-28-08 09:11 PM   #34 
     - she isn't denying anything about the women's movement which goes back many years  JI7   Mar-28-08 09:14 PM   #35 
  - "feminists were fighting for generations"  stillcool47   Mar-28-08 09:25 PM   #36 
     - It was a time of huge social change  karynnj   Mar-28-08 09:42 PM   #37 
        - I'm sure you are correct...  stillcool47   Mar-28-08 10:11 PM   #39 
  - Both HRC and Obama are far more that the "black" or the "woman".  grantcart   Mar-28-08 09:51 PM   #38 
  - Thanks, again you are making way too much sense  bigbrother05   Mar-29-08 04:42 AM   #44 
     - No one made Edwards "disappear  karynnj   Mar-29-08 08:35 AM   #45 
  - k&r  quakerboy   Mar-28-08 11:55 PM   #40 
  - Kick  sfexpat2000   Mar-29-08 01:13 AM   #41 
  - K & R  uponit7771   Mar-29-08 04:20 AM   #43 
 

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