On the radical, anti-war origins of Mother's Day
by Geov Parrish
The radical origins of Mother's Day -- as a powerful feminist call against war, penned in the wake of the U.S. Civil War in 1870 -- are fully compatible with the universal notion of honoring mothers. Women, even more so now, are the primary sufferers of warfare.
In the name of womanhood, I once again post a list of female political bloggers. Hats off to the ladies of Blogdom.
Blog on, sweet sisters..blog on.