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Celebrating Women History Month

Recognizing and Celebrating Women's Accomplishments throughout History - “National Women’s History Month” 

This month we celebrate Women around the world, because March is designated “National Women’s History Month”.  We take this time to recognize,  celebrate and honor women’s accomplishments, as well as their rich and varied contributions to the history and culture of the United States and around the world.

The idea to honor women was established in 1980, and in 1981 Congress passed a resolution establishing “National Women’s History Week”, but in 1987, Congress expanded the week to a month (which coincides with Int’l Women’s Day - celebrated yesterday March 8th).  This years' theme for National Women’s History Month is Generations of Women Moving History Forward.  This theme represent many generations of women who with their amazing intelligence, talent, courage and tenacity testify to the myriad ways that generations of women have moved history forward.

Last month we celebrated Black History month which gave me the special opportunity to recognize the bold and daring achievements of African Americans, so I have chosen to transition into celebrating Women's History Month by honoring 2 women who made an impact on black history.   These 2 women challenged the racist segregation for our Civil Rights.  They impacted our history with their strength, courage, bold/brave actions, and who indeed moved history forward by carrying the torch of freedom and equality. 

50 Years ago on Sept. 4, 1957, change in the history of the Civil Rights Movement took place when Nine African American Students came to school for class for the first time.  They were turned away by Arkansas National Guard Soldiers under orders from the Governor, but  3 weeks later the students finally entered school when the President of the United States sent the 101st Airborne to enforce the Supreme Court's desegregation rulings.  The actions of Civil Rights Activist Daisy Bates and Minniejean Brown Trickey (one of the 9 students), led the desegregation movement in education and helped make this historic event (the integration of Central High School and the re-opening of all Little Rock AK schools after the governor closed them) are indeed quintessential Woman's history.

DaisyBates.gif (6777 bytes)  Ms. Daisy Bates gave the nine students (two boys and seven girls) the information, encouragement and support they needed to enroll in Central High School. When the Governor resorted to closing the schools in Little Rock to prevent integration, it was the woman of the "Woman's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools" who with daring courage organized the effort to open the schools and in so doing changed themselves and the community.   To learn more about Ms. Bates and more about her experience and her fight check out her book "The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir By Daisy Bates", which you will find I have provided a link to below.  Additionally, you will learn more, and find more details on Ms. Bates from the link I provided, once you click on her name above (highlighted in blue).

  Ms. Minniejean Brown Trickey, was only sixteen years old when she became involved in the integration of Little Rock's Central High School, along with eight (8) other black teenagers who defied death threats, hostile demonstrators and the AK Nat'l Guard to attend the all-white Central High School in 1957.  Rising above the adversity, the took courageous steps that not only changed their lives and the education, but the lives and education of African American around the county.  To learn more about Ms. Trickey, and more about her experience, braveness and fight check out her book "Warriors Don't Cry", which you will find I have provided a link to below.  Additionally, you will learn more, and obtain more details on Ms. Trickey from the link I provided, once you click on her name above (highlighted in blue).

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Important Facts 

 Timeline of First in Women's Achievements 

1715: Ann T. Matthews - First woman whose invention received a patent (for cleaning and curing corn) - it was granted to her husband

1775: Mary K. Goddard - First Woman Postmaster 

1776/77: Betsy Ross First Woman FlagMaker

1784: Hannah Adams-First Woman to become a professional writer

1812: Lucy Brewer - First Woman Marine 

1849: Elizabeth Blackwell-First Woman to receive a medical degree

1849: Amelia Jenks Bloomer - Publisher/editor of first prominent women's rights newspaper

1850: Harriett Tubman-First woman to run underground railroad to help slaves escape  

1866: Lucy Hubbs First woman to graduate from dental school

1869: Susan B. Anthony-Co-Founder of first US woman's suffrage organization

1869: Arabella Mansfield Babb-First Woman admitted to the bar

1871 Frances Elizabeth Willard- First woman to become a college president (Evanston College )

1872:  Victoria Chaflin Woodhull-First woman presidential candidate in the US, nominated by the National Radical Reformers.

1877: Helen McGill-First woman to receive a Ph.D at (Boston University) 

1879: Belva Ann Lockwood-First woman admitted to practice law before the US Supreme Court 

1881: Clara Barton-Founder of the American Red Cross

1885: Sarah E. Goode-First Afro.-American woman to receive a patent for a bed that folded into a cabinet. Goode who owned a furniture store in Chicago intended the bed to be used in apartments

1887: Suzanne Madora Salter- First woman elected mayor (Argonia KS)

1896: Alice Guy Blaché-First American woman film director, shoots the first of her more than 300 films, a short feature "La Fee aux Choux" (The Cabbage Fairy).

This week we would like to introduce to you a gentlemen who is a successful attorney in Trinidad.  Mr. Martin Anthony George, owner of his dynamic law firms (2 locations) in Trinidad and Tobago  called "Martin Anthony George & Co. (Law Firm)".  Mr. George is especially proud of his small firms because it allows him and the members of his team to be more responsive and flexible to their clients' needs.  In addition to managing his firm Mr. George writes for the Trinidad's Sunday Guardian (Newspaper) and expressed interest in sharing his writings with our on-line family.  Check out one of his article which he recently provided to us, that documents/discusses the underpaid doctors in Trinidad.  Please read and give us some feedback! ariousentertainment@earthlink.net

 

 

 

"POOR DOCTORS"

Written by: Martin Anthony George

Oh how the nation’s heart must bleed over the plight of our poor overworked, underpaid and under-appreciated doctors. Poor doctors, imagine that in some instances they are only paid about $22,000 per month plus perquisites and have the freedom to run their private practices on the side and make millions, but that is never enough for our gallant, caring medical doctors. Poor fellows, how does the nation expect them to live on such meager earnings? I mean, in a country where you still have people living on salaries of around Two Thousand Dollars per month and raising families on that too, what do these doctors care about the poor and needy of this country?

What do they care about the Hippocratic Oath, or has it been morphed into something obscene and sinister that more resembles a Hypocrite’s Oath whereby their only sworn allegiance is to their bank accounts and to making their millions as quickly as possible and to hell with everyone else? Dr. Anand Chattergoon came out swinging and roundly criticized his colleagues for their churlish and childish behaviour which behavior was to the effect of “if we don’t get our way, we will pick up our marbles and go home.”

They were not catering for John Rachael who rode into town like John Wayne with his six-shooter blazing as he shot back a reply – who want to go could go. Furthermore, he told them that the forty-eight hour ultimatum for their threatened mass resignations was too long, in fact he said “you could resign now, don’t wait for the forty eight hours.” That certainly put paid to their threats and they all seemed to boil down like the proverbial bhaghi, because they all know the very lucrative relationships and associations they share with the nation’s hospitals and they do not want to jeopardize that in any way.

Imagine, little interns, still wet behind the ears, and overburdened with more ignorance of medical practice than knowledge, joining in protests for more money? For what, they don’t even know squat, but they’re already complaining for more money? Instead of trying to learn the craft and practice of medicine they were busy learning the art of protest and grumbling for money. As far as the traditional professions go in the Public Service, Medical doctors are the highest paid, they cream it off from the top and still have the luxury and freedom to run their private practices.

What about the Attorneys, the Accountants, the Engineers, the Surveyors and the Architects in the Public Service? How come they seem to manage on lower salary scales and with no sanctioned private practices and still appear to be able to cope? Is it that these other professionals are more committed to giving of their time and talents to the service of the country than doctors? Or is it that they probably do not have the over-inflated egos of some of these protesting doctors who sometimes think that they’re the next best thing to God?

Look at how Dr. Anand Chattergoon put it into context as to what should be operating here as he suggested that the care and attention to the patients should take first priority and that monetary protestations should be secondary to the primary and sacred duty to provide proper and efficient health care to the public. Dr. Chattergoon comes in like a surgeon and with scalpel in hand, he takes them on single-handedly and slices and dices up the arguments of the protesting doctors. He  makes mincemeat of them in cultured, comprehensive, and collective conversation, which none of them can match, exposing them in the main as nothing more than rabble rousers, or worse, rabble rousers with political agendas and ambitions.

Now this is not to say that there may not be doctors who have legitimate grouses as to being unfairly treated and/or discriminated against, in the sense of not being put on parity with others when they ought to be, but for goodness sake stop whining and nattering and complaining as if you guys are so hard up and so badly off. You occupy positions in the top ten per cent of the nation’s earners, so the general public is not sympathetic or sorry for you when you complain about being underpaid. There are major sections of the population out there who, as is said in the local parlance, are really “ketching dey nennen” on a daily basis, and who do not have time to feel sorry for “poor doctors” who complaint that they are not satisfied with salaries of about Twenty Two Thousand Dollars per month.

The nation saw the shallowness and paucity of their arguments and their threats to resign because when their bluff was called the mass resignations did not occur as threatened. So clearly there is need for some further negotiation and settlement of this issues with doctors, and there is also need to re-visit the whole idea of allowing these public service doctors to have their private practices, but while they continue to enjoy these privileged positions, these “poor doctors” would be well advised to take the counsel of a member of the public who called in on a talk show and said they should just shut up and get back to work, because the nation at large does not feel any great sympathy for these “poor doctors.”

 

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Learn more about Ms. Bates and more about her experience and her fight  purchase "The Long Shadow of Little Rock: A Memoir By Daisy Bates".  

 


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March 10, 2007

Movie Screening and After Party

Celebrate National Women's History Month on March 21, 2007 in Washington DC

 

Famous Women Quotes:

"Common sense is seeing things as they are; and doing things as they ought to be."
— Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin

"Remember the Ladies…If particular care and attention is not paid to the Ladies, we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice or Representation."
— Abigail Adams in a letter to her husband, John Adams, while he was attending the Second Continental Congress, drafting the Declaration of Independence

 

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Celebrate the 2nd Annual June Is National Caribbean American Heritage Month
 
Conference on the Caribbean - A 20/20 Vision Washington D.C.   June 17-19 2007
 
In June 2007, the Government of the United States of America , in collaboration with Caribbean Community (CARICOM), will be hosting a Conference on the Caribbean at which all 15 CARICOM Heads of States/Government are expected to attend. 
 
The Conference on the Caribbean will take place against the backdrop of the recent coming into being of the CARICOM Single Market in 2006 and the positive efforts towards the creation of the framework for the Single Economy by 2008.   
 
This Conference is being structured in such a way that there is Government to Government and people to people interaction as well as interaction between the Governments and the people.  This will be the first time the policy makers, the international financial institutions, academic community, private sector, and people of the Caribbean and the United States will interface in one Conference to examine the growth and development of the Caribbean Community from a regional perspective.  It is expected that by the end of the Conference the following major objectives would be achieved:
 
·        The strengthening of the relationship between the United States and CARICOM by addressing the priority areas for the Caribbean's future growth and development including issues related to trade, competitiveness and investment in mutually beneficial and reinforcing ways.
·        The deepening and broadening of the dialogue between the Governments and People of CARICOM and the Government and People of the United States of America aimed at renewing the appreciation of US policy makers of the potential of the Caribbean .
 
·        The strengthening of the relationship among the different Caribbean Diaspora communities in the United States as well as examining mutually rewarding mechanisms for harnessing their skills in support of the Region's development.
 
·        The enhancement of the image of the Caribbean in the United States .
 
Please save the dates June 19-21 2007 and plan to join us in Washington DC for this very important and historic conference. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference and to your active participation as we reaffirm our Caribbean 20/20 vision.

Ellsworth I. A. John, Ambassador of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the USA , and Chair of the Caucus of Ambassadors, Washington D.C.  

 

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Very Special belated Birthday Greetings

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From all of us here at Arious we hope your special day was filled with lots of joy!!!!

We would like to extend birthday greetings to Ellen, Willie, Becky, Ryan and Phillip

Happy Birthday to All Our MySpace Friends

3/8/07: "The Hoop Diva!!!-Dallas; Rick Younger-NY; Dr. Roxanne Shante; "Jackflight"-MD; Theresa-NY; Maya M.A.D Photo.; Zakia-GA; Melody-MD; 

3/9/07: Tavia-Md; Pourquoi êtes-vous ici-MI; Krissy-MD; Brittany (dadondiva); Kheesha-MD; 

3/10/07: La Que Manda-DC; 

3/11/07: Mizz Brittania-DC; Kerissa  (TKO_ "yellatrinigyrl"-TX; SoNjA-JA

3/12/07: Tiffani Jillian-MD; HoneyLove-GA; Lela-MD; Ebony Jesantis Foy-MD; Mz. Vixon-MD

3/13/07: Miss HNIC-WA;Miss  Candace-VA; Victoria-MD; 

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