Written by Brian Terrell Originally published in the The Catholic Worker Vol. LXXXIII, No. 5 August-September, 2016 “When one mentions Dorothy Day, one thinks automatically of the Catholic Worker Movement, the religious organization that she founded to help alleviate poverty and injustice. But few people know that Dorothy Day was also a committed suffragist […]Read more "Dorothy Day & The Vote"
There is a lot of lip service paid to the idea that women and men are equal. This is clearly untrue. Part of the ideology that we exist under however can make it difficult to point this out. This is because if one was to say that woman are unequal they might take it as […]Read more "Thoughts on Woman and the Social Controls they exist under"