Tag Archives: Celebrating

Celebrating women in politics: 10 books you need to read for Women’s History Month

Oxford University Press Blog: “This March we celebrate Women’s History Month, commemorating the lives, legacies, and contributions of women around the world. Since the inception of the women’s suffrage movement at Seneca Falls in 1848, we have seen a significant … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women Who Have Excelled for Women’s History Month

Every year, on my Facebook page, I research and post about key women in history. Although I mostly focus on female attorneys and judges, I highlight the accomplishments of others. Please join me as I honor women who have excelled. … Continue reading

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Celebrating the unfreezing of the public domain

For the first time in twenty years, published works in the U.S. expired into the public domain. This anomaly was the direct result of the Copyright Term Extension Act that extended the length of copyright for works still in their … Continue reading

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2019

The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. dedicated his life to promoting equality and hope. He was a cornerstone in the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s, inspiring peaceful protests and non-violent … Continue reading

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Negishi: The International Law Commission Celebrating Its 70th Anniversary: Dresser le bilan pour l’avenir ‘à venir’

Yota Negishi (Seinan Gakuin Univ. – Law) has posted an ESIL Reflection on The International Law Commission Celebrating Its 70th Anniversary: Dresser le bilan pour l’avenir ‘à venir’. Read more detail on Recent International Law posts –

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