The earliest record of Women's rights of comes into recorded history more then 12, 000 years ago in Classical African Civilization, Kemet (Ancient Egypt). We have the letters of husbands to wives and visa-versa. Women could sue in their husbands in court. A queen could and did run the Nation in ancient times.
The shinny ones (Ancestors) taught the following which, is still true today. The Queen Mother of my children is my other half, together we make one whole parent, more or less.
“Women’s Rights are Workers’ Rights:” Kavita Ramdas on History of International Women’s Day and Challenges Women Face 100 Years Later
Read more at www.democracynow.orgThousands of events are being held worldwide to mark the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. A handful of European countries first marked the day in 1911 following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. The United Nations has recognized March 8th as International Women’s Day since 1975. Kavita Ramdas of the Global Fund for Women joins us to discuss the history of International Women’s Day, the most pressing issues women face today, and the connection between women’s rights and the fight for workers’ rights in Wisconsin. [includes rush transcript]