Thank you to the men and women who fought for and won my right to vote this November 6.
Thank you Victoria Claflin Woodhull, the first Woman to run for President, 1872
“I come before you to declare that my sex are entitled to the inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Victoria Claflin Woodhull
I shall not change my course because those who assume to be better than I desire it. Victoria Claflin Woodhull
Digital painting of Victoria Claflin Woodhull based on a photograph in the public domain
A film made in 1953 that explains how the United States came
to be a culturally diverse nation going back to the founding.
The film is not without problems: there is no mention of the
horrors of slavery or the slaughter of indigenous people.
The film was made for children in elementary school who
watched it in an auditorium and returned to their classes
These discussions often included the American Civil War and
America’s struggle to expand the scope and inclusiveness of
This is another film designed to prevent the rise of fascism, which
relies heavily on successfully demonizing immigrants and people
Published 1953 Usage Public Domain
Found at the Internet Archives