Area Woman To Celebrate Quiet Women's History Month At Home This Year

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Since the beginning of February, nine Baptist churches have been burned to the ground in Alabama. What do you think?
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Area Woman To Celebrate Quiet Women's History Month At Home This Year

SAN FRANCISCO—Juliette Solomon said that despite the pressure to "make a big production" out of Women's History Month, she will likely spend March alone this year. "Every year, it's the same thing: the Julia Howe and Lucretia Mott biographies, the art exhibits and photographs of Mother Jones," Solomon said. "This March, I'm just going to stay in, brew some tea, and catch up on my aromatherapy." Solomon added that she could "barely remember" Women's Day Eve 2005, save for a few fuzzy recollections of "some Susan B. Anthony documentary."
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