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German actress Valerie Boothby (1906-1982) was a popular star of the Weimar cinema in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s.

German actress Valerie Boothby (1906-1982) was a popular star of the Weimar cinema in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s.

Harlem renaissance.

Shuffle Along and the return of African-American musical theater to Broadway during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s

6.This image represents for me the time put into the fight for women’s liberation. Women all over the world have been fighting for the equality to be recognized as more than a second class citizen. More than 80 years later this topic is still prevalent across the world. What will it take? When will women see a significant change so that this issue is no longer an issue?

Women's rights in the 1800s' America

6.This image represents for me the time put into the fight for women’s liberation. Women all over the world have been fighting for the equality to be recognized as more than a second class citizen. More than 80 years later this topic is still prevalent across the world. What will it take? When will women see a significant change so that this issue is no longer an issue?

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