by Nikki Van Hightower, That Woman Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download That Woman books, When Nikki R. Van Hightower stepped into the position of Women's Advocate for the City of Houston in 1976, she quickly discovered that she had very little real power. And when the all-male city council cut her salary to $1 a year after she spoke at a women's rights rally, she gained full appreciation for just what she was up against. Nonetheless, before the job was abolished altogether two years later, Van Hightower went on to help orchestrate the enormously successful 1975 US National Women's Conference in Houston as part of the International Woman's Year, to help found the Houston Area Women's Center and establish its rape crisis and shelter programs, and to host a radio show where she publicly discussed issues of gender, race, and human rights. This eye-opening memoir offers a window into the world of Texas history and politics in the 1970s, where sexual harassment was not considered discrimination, where women's shelters did not exist, where no women were elected to city government, where women in the parks department were prohibited from working outdoors, and where women paid to use airport toilets while men did not. That world that may seem distant and slightly unreal today, so all the more reason to read Van Hightower's journey as a feminist. Her story will remind us that while much has been achieved in gender relations and women's rights, there is much that remains to be done.
by Sedem Agbemafle, That Woman Eve Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download That Woman Eve books, (PLEASE CENTER ALL TEXT) She looked, she understood, she desired and she then took it. Therefore she is: The Life of Man The Will of Man The Breath of Man The Sorrow of Man The Glory given to Man The Way of the Man (manifested) One of Two and yet her Own She is: The Waymaker The Beginning & The End She is the Purpose Yeah that One Mmm hmm the Only Purpose of Man which lives, breathes and has its being upon your earth You know That Woman Eve? I DO.
by Michael Morisaki, That Woman Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download That Woman books, Ashley Fisher was born with extraordinary physical and mental powers. She can move with lightning speed and she can think as fast. She uses her speed combined with martial arts skill to rescue victims of mugging, robbery and kidnapping in Los Angeles and in New York City. She becomes, in turn, a police officer, an assistant DA and a criminal defense attorney.Unlike the vigilante in Death Wish, she acts to assert her prowess, not out of revenge. She disables criminals, not kill them. Ashley is not another Wonder Woman though as beautiful. She, at times, portrays herself as a man and she has faults: extreme naivete, narcissism and obsession with the genetic basis of her prowess.Those she rescues refer to her as “that woman.”
by Anne Sebba, That Woman Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download That Woman books, Bestselling biography of the enduringly fascinating Wallis Simpson One of Britain's most distinguished biographers turns her focus on one of the most vilified women of the twentieth century. Historian Anne Sebba has written the first full biography by a woman of Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor. 'That woman', as she was referred to by the Queen Mother, became a hate figure for ensnaring a British king and destabilising the monarchy. Neither beautiful nor brilliant, she nevertheless became one of the most talked-about women of her generation, and she inspired such deep love and adoration in Edward VIII that he gave up a throne and an empire for her. Wallis lived by her wit and her wits, while both her apparent and alleged moral transgressions added to her aura and dazzle. Based on new archives and material only recently made available, this scrupulously researched biography sheds new light on the character and motivations of a powerful, charismatic and complex woman.
by Mary Pollard, That Woman Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download That Woman books, Dr Mary 'Paul' Pollard is the most distinguished historian of books in Ireland. Her two volumes, Dublin's Trade in Books 1550-1800 and Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book-trade 1550-1800 received international acclaim and are regarded as the standard works in the field. She has also published numerous articles on a wide range of subjects and has been to the fore in the protection and conservation of historic Irish libraries and their contents. This book is being published in conjunction with the Library Association of Ireland Rare Books Group and contains contributions on topics in Irish historical bibliography and children's literature.
by Susan Sheridan, Who Was That Woman Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Who Was That Woman books, "Who was that woman?" sets out to demonstrate the place of the Weekly in the lives of Australian women during this era. It incorporates a social history of the period when the nuclear family and strictly gendered roles reached its height and then began to decline under the pressure of women's return to the workplace.