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All Heroes Have Historically – or at Least Etymologically – Been Women

[For Women’s History Month, an archived post on heroics.] When I think of heroic women I think of them as heroes, not heroines. For one thing, the name Hero has been a woman’s name far longer than the English language has been around. And for … Continue reading

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The Reason We All Need Black History Month

Remember the former things, those of long ago … . (Isaiah 46:9.) ***

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The Heroes of Women’s History Month

When I think of heroic women I think of them as heroes, not heroines. For one thing, the name Hero has been a woman’s name far longer than the English language has been around. And for another, any time a word … Continue reading

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Why Black History Month Matters – a pictorial display

Remember the former things, those of long ago … . (Isaiah 46:9.) ***

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