You go, girls.

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On November 28, 1950, at the height of the Red Scare, Miriam Moskowitz was found guilty of conspiracy to lie to a grand jury in the run-up to the atomic spying case that would end in the execution of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg.

Now, at 98, Moskowitz is trying to clear her name in court. Reuters reports an initial federal court hearing convened Monday in New York to determine how to proceed with her case. “I just want to end my life with a clear name,” Moskowitz told the New York Post earlier this month.

The New Jersey woman was sentenced to two years in prison following her charge, several months of which she spent with Ethel Rosenburg in the Women’s House of Detention, a prison which once stood in the middle of Greenwich Village, Manhattan, where a garden sits now. Moskowitz told the New Yorker that she spent those days chatting with Rosenburg about music or Rosenberg’s children.

Miriam Moskowitz, 98, Fights to Clear Her Name of McCarthy-Era Charges (via newsweek)

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afewdrunkcaptains:

debt:

united steaks of america

afewdrunkcaptains:

debt:

united steaks of america

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"With each hit she gets stronger, and she uses that energy to fight back. That’s why she’s special."

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toastoat:

toastoat:

i wish when i felt threatened or angry or embarrased my hair would do the expandy fluffy thing like in ghibli films

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Briefing my cases

Briefing my cases

kanjioftheday05:

Shared Stuff 1There is apparently a Chinese character for (almost) every element on the periodic table. For your reference, here are links to information I found online:
Source for Periodic Table of the Elements-Chinese:http://zzzfelis.sakura.ne.jp/
Info on Chinese translation of the elements:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_elements_in_East_Asian_languages#Chinese
Info on Japanese translation of the elements:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_elements_in_East_Asian_languages#Japanese

kanjioftheday05:

Shared Stuff 1

There is apparently a Chinese character for (almost) every element on the periodic table. For your reference, here are links to information I found online:

Source for Periodic Table of the Elements-Chinese:
http://zzzfelis.sakura.ne.jp/

Info on Chinese translation of the elements:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_elements_in_East_Asian_languages#Chinese

Info on Japanese translation of the elements:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_elements_in_East_Asian_languages#Japanese

sandvviches:

my dad just got a goat

sandvviches:

my dad just got a goat

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sixpathsofbased:

Nobody likes you until you start making gifs or edits

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