“You have become the very thing you swore to destroy.”
OH MY GOD MY HEART
why ship sasusaku when you can ship sasuke and pocahontas?
boku no pico except pico is replaced with olaf the snowman
GUYS C’MON I DON’T EVEN CARE IF ITS YOUR FAVORITE SHOW OR IF YOU’VE EVEN SEEN IT BUT THIS COULD HELP IT NOT GET CANCELLED BUT ITS IN LAST PLACE RIGHT NOW YOU CAN VOTE MULTIPLE TIMES PLEASE HELP
I promise it will be worth it. It’s pretty cool.
Kurt Warner’s Top 5 QBs for week 14
Chedjou vs Zlatan Ibrahimovic
I really like how Ibra ends up laughing about it…
Luisa Capetillo (October 28, 1879 – October 10, 1922) was one of Puerto Rico’s most famous labor organizers. She was also a writer and anarchist who fought for workers and women’s rights.
During a farm workers’ strike in 1905, Capetillo wrote propaganda and organized the workers in the strike. She quickly became a leader of the “FLT” (American Federation of Labor) and traveled throughout Puerto Rico educating and organizing women. Her hometown, Arecibo, became the most unionized area of the country.
In 1908, during the “FLT” convention, Capetillo asked the union to approve a policy for women’s suffrage. She insisted that all women should have the same right to vote as men. Capetillo is considered to be one of Puerto Rico’s first suffragists.
In 1912, Capetillo traveled to New York City, where she organized Cuban and Puerto Rican tobacco workers. Later on, she went to Tampa, Florida, where she also organized the workers. In Florida, she published the second edition of “Mi Opinión”. She also traveled to Cuba and the Dominican Republic, where she joined the striking workers in their cause.
In 1919, she challenged the mainstream society by becoming the first woman in Puerto Rico to wear pants in public. Capetillo was sent to jail for what was then considered to be a “crime”, but, the judge later dropped the charges against her. In that same year, along with other labor activists, she helped pass a minimum-wage law in the Puerto Rican Legislature.