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February 13, 1913

February 13, 1913: After West Virginia Governor William E. Glasscock declares martial law to put down the coal miners’ strike in in Kanawha county, 83-year old activist and organizer Mary Harris “Mother” Jones is arrested. She was tried and convicted by a military court and sentenced to twenty years in prison. “Whatever I have done in West Virginia,” she said, “I have done it all over the United States. And when I get out, I will do it again.”

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a brief history of women changing the world with textiles

Before women had a political voice, they used “domestic arts” as a covert form of protest and activism. Hundreds of years later, they’re still doing it.

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Clothes pins covered with repurposed maps - 8 pins with original maps

Brilliant. Use those outdated maps! Could also do it with newspapers too. Christmas wrapping paper. This just opens so many doors