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Freedom of movement

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Spectrum Educational Charts: Chart 159 - Freedom Fighters

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Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat on the bus - The Globe and Mail

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Posted on Pinterest by Amanda Middleton. What your body looks like is only a very small part of who you are and it does not define you. You are more than a number on the scale or clothing tag. Imag…

foot: bones in humans [Credit: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.]

Foot, in anatomy, terminal part of the leg of a land vertebrate, on which the creature stands. In most two-footed and many four-footed animals, the foot consists of all structures below the ankle joint: heel, arch, digits, and contained bones. Learn more about the foot.

The Suffragette magazine gives Emily Wilding Davison angelic status, 13 June 1913.  Carrying suffragette flags in her clothing, she died after jumping in front of the King's horse at a race. 6,000 women attended her funeral.

In 1913 a suffragette famously threw herself under the King’s horse at the Derby and died. But was Emily Davison an accidental martyr? Colin Brown investigates.