Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

שליטה נשית סקס סקס על הבוקר

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The race length is 3 km 1. By registering for the race, you remove responsibility from the organizers and you declare that you are eligible to participate in the race. Parent permission is required for anyone participant under the age of Version certificate for those under the age of Sent message to -: Grow your own food? And all of this in a place close to home - in the center of the city!!

You are invited to join us in creating a new communal space for urban agriculture. Send us a message or e-mail with your contact information, description and technical needs for the performance.

For further information, get in touch: Pharaoh, German - Friday Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives. For the last 19 years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public and brought a deeper consciousness to the conversation around ending violence against women and girls.

V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls. V-Day is a catalyst that promotes creative events to increase awareness, raise money, and revitalize the spirit of existing anti-violence organizations The play is produced on a voluntary basis and all profits will contribute to build a yoga therapy group for sexually assaulted teenagers.

The play will be bilingual Hebrew and English Ticket price - 30 NIS - further donation would be appreciated Click here to purchase tickets: We involve the audience in harmony and rhythm and create an awesome sound and feel with you together. Meaningful original songs with a folk-rock and funky feel and lyrics that reach out to the deepest and wild mysteries of Purim. Join us for a wonderful and unforgettable meaningful experience. Please share with your friends!

For more info contact: Advah- Ktoret- Yoel- Check these out! After a successful debut album tour, the Jerusalem born-and-raised duo starts working on their 2nd album - and meanwhile celebrates the month of Adar in a festive, up-beat band show!

New covers and songs from the first and upcoming album. Netanel Amar - guitar, mandolin and vocals Tamar Amar - vocals, violin and guitar Or Hasson - bass Sharon Levi - guitars Tamar and Netanel Amar, a married and musical couple, both grew up in Jerusalem to Jewish observant families, but met during different periods of their lives.

While Tamar was in the midst of promoting her debut album, Netanel was composing music and dreaming of a music career which seemed to be only a dream. They met in at Tamar's performance and both felt an immediate connection that naturally evolved into a musical duet and marriage. The Discord by Benji Boyadgian.

Through a painting process of repetition and mutation of the patterns, Boyadgian echoes the footprints that leaves traces on the surface alluding to Palestine as a place at a junction, subject to repeated passage throughout history.

It will discuss the aesthetic, historical, political, social, and philosophical aspects around the project. The online version of the book will be hosted by ibraaz. Exhibition running until 28 April For further information contact us: Modern Phase is a band based on live instruments, mainly combining neo-soul and hip-hop. Kitchen Recollections, by Mirna Bamieh. Al Ma'mal cordially invites you to attend, Potato Talks: The third edition in Jerusalem will share stories about the generation kitchen of different communities inhabiting the old city for centuries.

We will hear Jerusalem storytellers recalling stories that their great grandfathers brought with them from India, Uzbekistan, Chad, Sudan, Morocco, Armenia and other countries, and how they weave these stories into their current life they are experiencing in the old city, Jerusalem. Stories are like Potatoes they come from the land, magic happens when they are brought from the closed doors of kitchens to the street, becoming the canvas for storytelling, re-calling attention to seemingly insignificant acts, celebrating the ordinary, and uncovering a new layer of interaction in the city.

This project is generously supported by the Representative Office of Switzerland in Ramallah. Art Community Kids and Family. The Ostri - Israeli Pop-Rock https: At Abraham Hostel Jerusalem, Hanevi'im For the period of its existence, they released 3 albums, toured with concerts all over Europe and many cities of Russia.

In they make a tour in honor of the 10 anniversary of the group and start from Israel. We have actually never played as a crew in Jerusalem before, so we're hella excited to bring our freakshow over to the holy city and dirty it up with some sin.

Mamashkanta and Not focus! Come and rock with us and don't forget to pray for our souls. Art Visual Arts Celebration. Their saturated colors deepen the sense of alienation evoked by the works. Both seem to offer a model for a real or imagined environment. Digital images, flickering screens, the fragmentation and connection of different worlds preoccupy both artists, each in his or her own way.

The works in the exhibition raise question regarding an actual and conceptual trickle of material and the blending of background and space, interior and exterior. Party Kids and Family. After some quick rehearsals they immediately appeared on Balcony TV, Hamburg and started playing live-gigs. Meanwhile they performed at many places in Germany. Their music is strictly danceable and swinging. With a lot of spirit the Mencinis perform on stage.

A fresh and unique mix of swing and blues and a dash of rumba once a while. With their vibrant sound they enchant the audience and urge them to move to the rhythm.

Come join us for a one-of-a-kind night of swing dancing: This is your chance to take out your vintage clothes, dress up and dance the night away to live New Orleans style swing and blues music. Saturday March 11th Our fantastic lineup includes: All through the evening great D.

The Mencinis offical website: Studio Prisma, rooftop of Klal building, 97 Yaffo St. First-timers and non-dancing music lovers are welcome. No need to come with a partner. For additional information or tickets: Music Kids and Family. Art Music Party DJ. Purim Party at the Abraham Hostel!!! Pre-sale for 30 ILS - Ticket order: See you there, Abraham.

Like every year, the best party the city has to offer, as part of the amazing Purim celebration in Jerusalem. Massive sound system in the open air, backgrounded by a stunning view of Nachlaot, best local dj's who are an integral part of the soundtrack of our city, a mad surprise show of an international musician who will fly us high in the air, bar and food stalls, art and decor and a variety of colorful Purim delights!

And of course admission is free and the event is open to everyone! Young people, children, families, and veterans of the city - everyone everyone everyone is invited to celebrate and rejoice together on the most colorful and happy day that the city has to offer!

Full senses thrilling concert, bunch of musical instruments and sounds from space, the wizard of costumes that burns dancefloors all over the world After playing in every possible dancefloor in Israel, Adam who accompanied and built the electronic music scene of Jerusalem, comes with the traditional set full of low frequencies which gonna bounce us high in the spirit of the traditional Purim carnival!

Nonstop stop killing-it around Jerusalem with his arab beats, Ramzy comes to give us a proper othentic oriental show full and lift us to a crazy bilingual primitive feast! Whoever went to the Purim party in Sacher Park in recent years knows that this is a set not to be missed, and the most amazing way to end the carnival!

Whoever was in Jerusalem's techno parties in recent years, certainly danced to one of the funky sexy sets of this gifted musician. With a mix of tribal Techno, Minimal funky disco and a lots of surprises, Moti will make your buttoms move uncontrollably, be warned!

Free free free entry, lots of space to dance, enjoy and celebrate in the open air with the best atmosphere there is. The party will be held at Sacher Park above the tunnel leading to Kiryat Moshe city entrance , right at the end of Bezalel Street. We are all responsible for keeping the place clean, trash cans will be spread throughout the area for the convenience of everyone.

Glass bottles are prohibited! There will be a bar with affordable prices, and food stalls with a variety of goodies. The excitement is huge purim is comming! The world's happiest Carnival! Come and celebrate and dance with old friends and make new friends in the colourful festival of costumes in our beloved city of Jerusalem!

The heart-warming rags-to-riches story of Annie, an orphan in depression-era New York. Performance Dance Theatre Music. Visit above link, or starcatcher. The musical theater classic sure to make a splash! Featuring the spectacular talents of: Idan Almalem is a saz musician who plays with Lakum, plays with the international singer Ilana Alya, and their student Yochai Barak and Jihan Turkuglu. He is coming to Friday at Musrara in order share their knowledge in a workshop for saz musicians.

Musicians are welcome to bring their instruments with them. The public is welcome to come, listen and enjoy! The concerts are taking place every friday in the school. Graduates Ensembles and student will play every friday. Cant arrive on this friday? Come on the next one! Come and bring your friends with you. Friday, March 17th 2 - 4: Is it a new found emotion that I have yet to encounter? Courage means living with integrity and holding true to what you know to be right, even if every thought from your mind begs you to do otherwise.

Courage is outrageous, draws on every impetus that you have to be able to live aligned to your truth. Courage means all acceptance and all compassion especially for yourself. Courage is acting now and in clarity. Courage is in saying no even when it takes every morsel of your power to do so.

Courage is in saying yes despite it defying all logic. Saying yes to Self. Courage is there as an undercurrent, like presence or awareness. It is not something you have. A young man named George Fox was dissatisfied with the teachings of the Church of England and he had a vision on Pendle Hill in Lancashire, England, in which he believed that the Lord let me see in what places he had a great people to be gathered.

Following this he travelled around England, the Netherlands, and Barbados preaching and teaching with the aim of converting new adherents to his faith, the central theme of his Gospel message was that Christ has come to teach his people himself. His followers considered themselves to be the restoration of the true Christian church, in , Fox was brought before the magistrates Gervase Bennet and Nathaniel Barton, on a charge of religious blasphemy.

According to George Foxs autobiography, Bennet was the first that called us Quakers and it is thought that George Fox was referring to Isaiah 66,2 or Ezra 9,4.

Thus, the name Quaker began as a way of ridiculing George Foxs admonition, Quakerism gained a considerable following in England and Wales, and the numbers increased to a peak of 60, in England and Wales by This was relaxed after the Declaration of Indulgence and stopped under the Act of Toleration , with the restructuring of the family and household came new roles for women, Fox and Fell viewed the Quaker mother as essential to developing holy conversation in her children and husband.

Quaker women were responsible for the spirituality of the larger community, coming together in meetings that regulated marriage. The persecution of Quakers in North America began in when English Quaker missionaries Mary Fisher and they were considered heretics because of their insistence on individual obedience to the Inner Light. They were imprisoned and banished by the Massachusetts Bay Colony and their books were burned, and most of their property was confiscated. They were imprisoned in terrible conditions, then deported, in , English Quaker Mary Dyer was hanged on Boston Common for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the colony.

Stanton was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association from until , before Stanton narrowed her political focus almost exclusively to womens rights, she was an active abolitionist with her husband Henry Brewster Stanton and cousin Gerrit Smith. Unlike many of those involved in the womens movement, Stanton addressed various issues pertaining to women beyond voting rights. Her concerns included womens parental and custody rights, property rights, employment and income rights, divorce, the health of the family.

She was also a supporter of the 19th-century temperance movement. After the American Civil War, Stantons commitment to female suffrage caused a schism in the womens rights movement when she, Anthony, declined to support passage of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.

She opposed giving added legal protection and voting rights to African American men while women, black, Stanton died in , having written both The Womans Bible and her autobiography Eighty Years and More, and many other articles and pamphlets about female suffrage and womens rights.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the eighth of 11 children, was born in Johnstown, New York, to Daniel Cady, five of her siblings died in early childhood or infancy. A sixth sibling, her older brother Eleazar, died at age 20 just before his graduation from Union College in Schenectady, only Elizabeth Cady and four sisters lived well into adulthood and old age. Later in life, Elizabeth named her two daughters after two of her sisters, Margaret and Harriot, judge Cady introduced his daughter to the law and, together with her brother-in-law, Edward Bayard, planted the early seeds that grew into her legal and social activism.

Even as a girl, she enjoyed reading her fathers law books. It was this exposure to law that, in part, caused Stanton to realize how disproportionately the law favored men over women.

Her realization that women had virtually no property, income, employment, or even custody rights over their own children. Stantons mother, Margaret Livingston Cady, a descendant of early Dutch settlers, was the daughter of Colonel James Livingston, Margaret Cady, an unusually tall woman for her time, had a commanding presence, and Stanton routinely described her mother as queenly. Senator from Wilmington, Delaware was, at the time of his engagement and marriage to Tryphena and he was instrumental in nurturing Stantons growing understanding of the explicit and implicit gender hierarchies within the legal system.

Slavery did not end in New York State until July 4,, peter Teabout, a slave in the Cady household who was later freed in Johnstown, took care of Stanton and her sister Margaret.

While she makes no mention of Teabouts position as a slave in her familys household, he is remembered with fondness by Stanton in her memoir. In his time, he was described by abolitionists as a living counter-example to slaveholders arguments that slaves lacked the capacity to function as independent American citizens. Northerners at the found it hard to believe that such a great orator had once been a slave.

After the Civil War, Douglass remained an active campaigner against slavery and wrote his last autobiography, Life, First published in and revised in , three years before his death, it covered events during and after the Civil War. Douglass also actively supported womens suffrage, and held public offices. Douglass was a believer in the equality of all peoples, whether black, female, Native American. He was also a believer in dialogue and in making alliances across racial and ideological divides, one biographer argues, The most influential African American of the nineteenth century, Douglass made a career of agitating the American conscience.

He spoke and wrote on behalf of a variety of causes, womens rights, temperance, peace, land reform, free public education. But he devoted the bulk of his time, immense talent and these were the central concerns of his long reform career.

Douglass understood that the struggle for emancipation and equality demanded forceful, persistent, and he recognized that African Americans must play a conspicuous role in that struggle. Less than a month before his death, when a black man solicited his advice to an African American just starting out in the world, Douglass replied without hesitation.

Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born into slavery on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Talbot County, the plantation was between Hillsboro and Cordova, his birthplace was likely his grandmothers shack east of Tappers Corner, and west of Tuckahoe Creek.

The exact date of his birth is unknown, and he chose to celebrate his birthday on February In his first autobiography, Douglass stated, I have no knowledge of my age. Douglass was of mixed race, which likely included Native American on his mothers side and he was given his name by his mother, Harriet Bailey. After escaping to the North years later, he took the surname Douglass and he wrote of his earliest times with his mother, The opinion was.

Whispered that my master was my father, but of the correctness of this opinion I know nothing and my mother and I were separated when I was but an infant. It common custom, in the part of Maryland from which I ran away, … I do not recollect ever seeing my mother by the light of day.

Oxford University Press p. The magnificent activist , Da Capo Press, , p. National Park Service , www. History of Woman Suffrage. Mott was praised for her ability to maintain her household while contributing to the cause, in the words of one editor, She is proof that it is possible for a woman to widen her sphere without deserting it 2. Henry Hudsons voyage marked the beginning of European involvement with the area, sailing for the Dutch East India Company and looking for a passage to Asia, he entered the Upper New York Bay on September 11 of that year 3.

They were imprisoned in terrible conditions, then deported, in , English Quaker Mary Dyer was hanged on Boston Common for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the colony 4. While she makes no mention of Teabouts position as a slave in her familys household, he is remembered with fondness by Stanton in her memoir 5.

New Amsterdam , present-day Lower Manhattan, British general John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga in Heritage-listed Quaker meeting house, Sydney , Australia.

James Nayler , a prominent Quaker leader, being pilloried and whipped. William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, as a young man. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot. Elizabeth Cady Stanton in with two of her three sons.

Stanton seated with Susan B. Anna Murray-Douglass , Douglass's wife for 44 years, portrait ca. The home and meetinghouse of the Johnsons, where Douglass and his wife lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts. William Lloyd Garrison , abolitionist and one of Douglass's first friends in the North. Stephen Douglas, author of the Kansas—Nebraska Act of Crittenden, of the Crittenden Compromise.

The first published imprint of secession, a broadside issued by the Charleston Mercury , December 20, Together For the Gospel, an evangelical pastors' conference held biennially.

Mahaney , and Mark Dever. Count von Zinzendorf was a major influence on John Wesley in founding the Methodist movement. Memorial Church in Speyer , Germany. Key figures of the Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther and John Calvin depicted on a church pulpit. These reformers emphasised preaching and made it a centerpiece of worship. Execution of Jan Hus in Abolitionism is a general term which describes the movement to end slavery.

Collection box for Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. The Chevalier de Saint-Georges , known as the "Black Mozart", was, by his social position, and by his political involvement, a figurehead of free blacks. A selection of alcoholic drinks. From left to right: A liquor store in the United States.

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There will be a bar with affordable prices, and food stalls with a variety of goodies. There will be a Wok He was also a believer in dialogue and in making alliances across racial and ideological divides, one biographer argues, The most influential African American of the nineteenth century, Douglass made a career of סקס חדרה סקס זיון חזק the American conscience. For the period of its existence, they released 3 albums, toured with concerts all over Europe and many cities of Russia. While she makes no mention of Teabouts position as a slave in her familys household, he is remembered with fondness by Stanton in her memoir 5. A sixth sibling, her older brother Eleazar, died at age 20 just before his graduation from Union College in Schenectady, only Elizabeth Cady and four sisters lived well into adulthood and old age. Mamashkanta and Not focus!

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סרטי סרס חינם סרט פונוגרפי This vast sheet of water swarmed with native boats and he landed on the tip of Manhattan and possibly on the furthest point of Long Island. They were imprisoned in terrible conditions, then deported, inEnglish Quaker Mary Dyer was hanged on Boston Common for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the colony 4. William Lloyd Garrisonabolitionist and one of Douglass's first friends in the North. Each speaker is given 7 minutes and is able to use 10 images. זיונים בתאילנד סאדו בחיפה playing in every possible dancefloor in Israel, Adam who accompanied and built the electronic music scene of Jerusalem, comes with the traditional set full of low frequencies which gonna bounce us high in the spirit of the traditional Purim carnival! See you there, Abraham.
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Visual Arts Culture Lecture. After her family moved to Philadelphia, she and James Mott, another teacher at Nine Partners, like many Quakers, Mott considered slavery to be evil. The workshop is opened to advanced dancers who have been dancing for a minimum of one year and with a good basis in lindy hop and Swingout. In his first autobiography, Douglass stated, I have no knowledge of my age. They were imprisoned and banished by the Massachusetts Bay Colony and their books were burned, and most of their property was confiscated. What is the technology?

See you there, Abraham. Like every year, the best party the city has to offer, as part of the amazing Purim celebration in Jerusalem. Massive sound system in the open air, backgrounded by a stunning view of Nachlaot, best local dj's who are an integral part of the soundtrack of our city, a mad surprise show of an international musician who will fly us high in the air, bar and food stalls, art and decor and a variety of colorful Purim delights!

And of course admission is free and the event is open to everyone! Young people, children, families, and veterans of the city - everyone everyone everyone is invited to celebrate and rejoice together on the most colorful and happy day that the city has to offer! Full senses thrilling concert, bunch of musical instruments and sounds from space, the wizard of costumes that burns dancefloors all over the world After playing in every possible dancefloor in Israel, Adam who accompanied and built the electronic music scene of Jerusalem, comes with the traditional set full of low frequencies which gonna bounce us high in the spirit of the traditional Purim carnival!

Nonstop stop killing-it around Jerusalem with his arab beats, Ramzy comes to give us a proper othentic oriental show full and lift us to a crazy bilingual primitive feast! Whoever went to the Purim party in Sacher Park in recent years knows that this is a set not to be missed, and the most amazing way to end the carnival! Whoever was in Jerusalem's techno parties in recent years, certainly danced to one of the funky sexy sets of this gifted musician.

With a mix of tribal Techno, Minimal funky disco and a lots of surprises, Moti will make your buttoms move uncontrollably, be warned! Free free free entry, lots of space to dance, enjoy and celebrate in the open air with the best atmosphere there is. The party will be held at Sacher Park above the tunnel leading to Kiryat Moshe city entrance , right at the end of Bezalel Street. We are all responsible for keeping the place clean, trash cans will be spread throughout the area for the convenience of everyone.

Glass bottles are prohibited! There will be a bar with affordable prices, and food stalls with a variety of goodies. The excitement is huge purim is comming! The world's happiest Carnival! Come and celebrate and dance with old friends and make new friends in the colourful festival of costumes in our beloved city of Jerusalem! The heart-warming rags-to-riches story of Annie, an orphan in depression-era New York. Performance Dance Theatre Music. Visit above link, or starcatcher.

The musical theater classic sure to make a splash! Featuring the spectacular talents of: Idan Almalem is a saz musician who plays with Lakum, plays with the international singer Ilana Alya, and their student Yochai Barak and Jihan Turkuglu. He is coming to Friday at Musrara in order share their knowledge in a workshop for saz musicians.

Musicians are welcome to bring their instruments with them. The public is welcome to come, listen and enjoy! The concerts are taking place every friday in the school. Graduates Ensembles and student will play every friday. Cant arrive on this friday? Come on the next one! Come and bring your friends with you. Friday, March 17th 2 - 4: Is it a new found emotion that I have yet to encounter? Courage means living with integrity and holding true to what you know to be right, even if every thought from your mind begs you to do otherwise.

Courage is outrageous, draws on every impetus that you have to be able to live aligned to your truth. Courage means all acceptance and all compassion especially for yourself.

Courage is acting now and in clarity. Courage is in saying no even when it takes every morsel of your power to do so. Courage is in saying yes despite it defying all logic. Saying yes to Self. Courage is there as an undercurrent, like presence or awareness. It is not something you have.

It is an extant place to access, like a secret doorway to limitless power. Find the key to the doorway. Unlock and fall into the Unknown. Be content to not know. There is only the unfathomable. Here you are Home. All B2B2B all-nighter at Sira! This Friday, three vinyl enthusiasts will meet at Sira, Jerusalem to play their favorite 7inch records. Thrash metal is alive!

Unleashed in the middle east! The artists will present masterpieces by Joseph Haydn, W. Everyone enjoyed listening to interesting lectures by Hebrew University students, on various topics related to neuroscience. To infiltrate the city's walls and to present the girls of Jerusalem tiny suicides, crimson decorated songs.

After the great success of their new show "Gunned Down Horses Orchestra", they are back to portray their musical vision as a theatrical quintet. Alongside the horses will ride the local neo folk princess Tamar Singer, meanwhile releasing her band's "Cruel Wonders" debut album.

A special collaboration, unique to the holy city. An Experimental-Infantile-Apocalyptic trio based on free improvisation that investigates sound areas of jazz, noise and popular music. Since it was formed Gog is in the process of developing a unique aesthetic language that derives from a vision of making a focused sound picture.

Abandoning the narrative as the musical guideline, and embracing handling materials in the rawest form makes Gog's performance a unique static, living-breathing experience. Out of North Africa. On March 19th at 7pm Nina, a vibrant spokesperson for the female Jewish community, will be here discussing her groundbreaking, critically acclaimed work which gives a beautiful voice to the outspoken Sephardic Jews of North Africa.

Save the date and a seat for yourself at this event now! TixWise - Times of Israel Presents: Bringing Ethno Country and Oud Blues at it's finest! Art Performance Music Culture Community. Art Visual Arts Culture. Monday, March 20th, at 7. A rap opera written entirely in rhyme, performed as one continuous song. Combines rap, hip hop and spoken word with theatrical and poetic texts.

Inspired by black music, film noir, and detective films, the plot focuses on the character of Joe, a cynical and bitter detective working in a corrupt, decaying city. Joe decides to take the case, a decision that could cost him his life.

The musical arrangements remain faithful to street language, and uses unusual, minimalistic instruments beatbox, a garbage can and chopsticks used as percussion instruments, darbuka drum, classical guitar, and keyboard.

Omer Mor Tickets on: Culture Lecture Community Meeting. Come down to the basement, listen about what happened today at the conference, have a small beer maybe a shot with the mayor , and move to the rhythm of Eran Feller. Then let the madness begin! Tuesday, March 21st at 7: FREE even the beer is on us! We conclude the Young Jerusalem Conference Finally the tribute show for the best guitarist of all time Jimi Hendrix is coming for the first time to the Para pub!

Tuesday March 21th, 8: Drummond is hosted in the frame of Nothing But Longing project. Windows to Europe and Israel Lecturer: Daphna Yalon Abigail Hirsch Blessings: Lazer Acoustic doors open Performance Theatre Music Visual Arts. An experiment of twisted neo-blues will take place on Thursday in the Pergamon.

There will be a Wok We're going to attemp to make some almost liquid waves of sound around you. Pretty wild things may happen. The performance kicks off at 10, Have a look at what Amy and Lars have been up to previously https: Visual Arts Culture Lecture. The Complete Bach viola da gamba sonatas, Bach Festival. Myrna Herzog and David Shemer share with us their loving interpretation of the complete Bach sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord, which they have been playing together for 25 years, and which do not cease to amaze them.

It is believed that J. The issue was born in the international conference Performance 0: The issue, edited by Menahem Goldenberg, contains a variety of texts — articles, lectures, interviews with theoreticians and artists Helene Cixous, Romeo Castellucci , documentation of international projects, lexicons and chronicles.

Above all, the "Pedagogical Performance" celebrates a joint effort of writers, creators, teachers, students, editors, translators and designers. It is an abundance of great content created for you. Party with the music of DJ Markey Funk. We look forward to seeing you: Hey fellow Lindy Hoppers!

We are excited to invite you all to take part in our first: In the workshop we will learn how to dance to a slower rhythm - by Adjusting our Bounce and connection, we will work on our "Flow" our footwork and "Styling". The workshop is opened to advanced dancers who have been dancing for a minimum of one year and with a good basis in lindy hop and Swingout. Success is never final, failure is never fatal. Information about the speakers will be announced in the next few days.

Fuckup Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in to share publicly business failure stories. Hundreds of people attend each event to hear three to four entrepreneurs share their failures. Each speaker is given 7 minutes and is able to use 10 images. Adopt what others bring. Oh… and books… the reading stations are getting ready for spring, so feel free to fill our shelves.

Mott helped write the Declaration of Sentiments during the Seneca Falls Convention and her speaking abilities made her an important abolitionist, feminist, and reformer. When slavery was outlawed in , she advocated giving Black Americans the right to vote and she remained a central figure in the abolition and suffrage movement until her death in As a Quaker preacher, Mott spoke from the light within.

There she became a teacher after graduation and her interest in womens rights began when she discovered that male teachers at the school were significantly more than female staff. After her family moved to Philadelphia, she and James Mott, another teacher at Nine Partners, like many Quakers, Mott considered slavery to be evil. Inspired in part by minister Elias Hicks, she and other Quakers refused to use cloth, cane sugar.

In , Mott became a Quaker minister, with her husbands support, she traveled extensively as a minister, and her sermons emphasized the Quaker inward light, or the presence of the Divine within every individual.

Her sermons also included her free produce and anti-slavery sentiments, in , her husband helped found the American Anti-Slavery Society.

By then a minister and abolitionist, Lucretia Mott was the only woman to speak at the organizational meeting in Philadelphia. She tested the language of the societys Constitution and bolstered support when many delegates were precarious, days after the conclusion of the convention, at the urging of other delegates, Mott and other white and black women founded the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society.

Integrated from its founding, the organization opposed both slavery and racism, and developed ties to Philadelphias Black community. Amidst social persecution by abolition opponents and pain from dyspepsia, Mott continued her work for the abolitionist cause and she managed their household budget to extend hospitality to guests, including fugitive slaves, and donated to charities.

Mott was praised for her ability to maintain her household while contributing to the cause, in the words of one editor, She is proof that it is possible for a woman to widen her sphere without deserting it. With an estimated population of 8. Both the state and New York City were named for the 17th-century Duke of York, the next four most populous cities in the state are Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, and Syracuse, while the state capital is Albany.

New York has a diverse geography and these more mountainous regions are bisected by two major river valleys—the north-south Hudson River Valley and the east-west Mohawk River Valley, which forms the core of the Erie Canal.

The central part of the state is dominated by the Finger Lakes, New York had been inhabited by tribes of Algonquian and Iroquoian-speaking Native Americans for several hundred years by the time the earliest Europeans came to New York.

The first Europeans to arrive were French colonists and Jesuit missionaries who arrived southward from settlements at Montreal for trade, the British annexed the colony from the Dutch in The borders of the British colony, the Province of New York, were similar to those of the present-day state, New York is home to the Statue of Liberty, a symbol of the United States and its ideals of freedom, democracy, and opportunity.

In the 21st century, New York has emerged as a node of creativity and entrepreneurship, social tolerance. Verrazzano described it as a vast coastline with a delta in which every kind of ship could pass and he adds. This vast sheet of water swarmed with native boats and he landed on the tip of Manhattan and possibly on the furthest point of Long Island. Verrazannos stay was interrupted by a storm which pushed him north towards Marthas Vineyard, in French traders from New France built a chateau on Castle Island, within present-day Albany, due to flooding, it was abandoned the next year.

In , the Dutch under the command of Hendrick Corstiaensen, rebuilt the French chateau, Fort Nassau was the first Dutch settlement in North America, and was located along the Hudson River, also within present-day Albany.

The small fort served as a trading post and warehouse, located on the Hudson River flood plain, the rudimentary fort was washed away by flooding in , and abandoned for good after Fort Orange was built nearby in Henry Hudsons voyage marked the beginning of European involvement with the area, sailing for the Dutch East India Company and looking for a passage to Asia, he entered the Upper New York Bay on September 11 of that year.

In , there were about , adult Quakers, in , there were , adult Quakers. Some meetings of both types have Recorded Ministers in their meetings—Friends recognised for their gift of vocal ministry, the first Quakers lived in midth century England.

The movement arose from the Legatine-Arians and other dissenting Protestant groups, some of these early Quaker ministers were women. They emphasized a personal and direct experience of Christ, acquired through both direct religious experience and the reading and studying of the Bible. Quakers focused their private life on developing behaviour and speech reflecting emotional purity, in the past, Quakers were known for their use of thee as an ordinary pronoun, refusal to participate in war, plain dress, refusal to swear oaths, opposition to slavery, and teetotalism.

Clark and the big three British confectionery makers Cadbury, Rowntree and Frys, and philanthropic efforts, including abolition of slavery, prison reform, during and after the English Civil War many dissenting Christian groups emerged, including the Seekers and others. A young man named George Fox was dissatisfied with the teachings of the Church of England and he had a vision on Pendle Hill in Lancashire, England, in which he believed that the Lord let me see in what places he had a great people to be gathered.

Following this he travelled around England, the Netherlands, and Barbados preaching and teaching with the aim of converting new adherents to his faith, the central theme of his Gospel message was that Christ has come to teach his people himself. His followers considered themselves to be the restoration of the true Christian church, in , Fox was brought before the magistrates Gervase Bennet and Nathaniel Barton, on a charge of religious blasphemy.

According to George Foxs autobiography, Bennet was the first that called us Quakers and it is thought that George Fox was referring to Isaiah 66,2 or Ezra 9,4. Thus, the name Quaker began as a way of ridiculing George Foxs admonition, Quakerism gained a considerable following in England and Wales, and the numbers increased to a peak of 60, in England and Wales by This was relaxed after the Declaration of Indulgence and stopped under the Act of Toleration , with the restructuring of the family and household came new roles for women, Fox and Fell viewed the Quaker mother as essential to developing holy conversation in her children and husband.

Quaker women were responsible for the spirituality of the larger community, coming together in meetings that regulated marriage. The persecution of Quakers in North America began in when English Quaker missionaries Mary Fisher and they were considered heretics because of their insistence on individual obedience to the Inner Light. They were imprisoned and banished by the Massachusetts Bay Colony and their books were burned, and most of their property was confiscated.

They were imprisoned in terrible conditions, then deported, in , English Quaker Mary Dyer was hanged on Boston Common for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the colony. Stanton was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association from until , before Stanton narrowed her political focus almost exclusively to womens rights, she was an active abolitionist with her husband Henry Brewster Stanton and cousin Gerrit Smith. Unlike many of those involved in the womens movement, Stanton addressed various issues pertaining to women beyond voting rights.

Her concerns included womens parental and custody rights, property rights, employment and income rights, divorce, the health of the family. She was also a supporter of the 19th-century temperance movement. After the American Civil War, Stantons commitment to female suffrage caused a schism in the womens rights movement when she, Anthony, declined to support passage of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.

She opposed giving added legal protection and voting rights to African American men while women, black, Stanton died in , having written both The Womans Bible and her autobiography Eighty Years and More, and many other articles and pamphlets about female suffrage and womens rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the eighth of 11 children, was born in Johnstown, New York, to Daniel Cady, five of her siblings died in early childhood or infancy.

A sixth sibling, her older brother Eleazar, died at age 20 just before his graduation from Union College in Schenectady, only Elizabeth Cady and four sisters lived well into adulthood and old age. Later in life, Elizabeth named her two daughters after two of her sisters, Margaret and Harriot, judge Cady introduced his daughter to the law and, together with her brother-in-law, Edward Bayard, planted the early seeds that grew into her legal and social activism. Even as a girl, she enjoyed reading her fathers law books.

It was this exposure to law that, in part, caused Stanton to realize how disproportionately the law favored men over women. Her realization that women had virtually no property, income, employment, or even custody rights over their own children. Stantons mother, Margaret Livingston Cady, a descendant of early Dutch settlers, was the daughter of Colonel James Livingston, Margaret Cady, an unusually tall woman for her time, had a commanding presence, and Stanton routinely described her mother as queenly.

Senator from Wilmington, Delaware was, at the time of his engagement and marriage to Tryphena and he was instrumental in nurturing Stantons growing understanding of the explicit and implicit gender hierarchies within the legal system. Slavery did not end in New York State until July 4,, peter Teabout, a slave in the Cady household who was later freed in Johnstown, took care of Stanton and her sister Margaret.

While she makes no mention of Teabouts position as a slave in her familys household, he is remembered with fondness by Stanton in her memoir. In his time, he was described by abolitionists as a living counter-example to slaveholders arguments that slaves lacked the capacity to function as independent American citizens. Northerners at the found it hard to believe that such a great orator had once been a slave. After the Civil War, Douglass remained an active campaigner against slavery and wrote his last autobiography, Life, First published in and revised in , three years before his death, it covered events during and after the Civil War.

Douglass also actively supported womens suffrage, and held public offices. Douglass was a believer in the equality of all peoples, whether black, female, Native American.

He was also a believer in dialogue and in making alliances across racial and ideological divides, one biographer argues, The most influential African American of the nineteenth century, Douglass made a career of agitating the American conscience. He spoke and wrote on behalf of a variety of causes, womens rights, temperance, peace, land reform, free public education. But he devoted the bulk of his time, immense talent and these were the central concerns of his long reform career.

Douglass understood that the struggle for emancipation and equality demanded forceful, persistent, and he recognized that African Americans must play a conspicuous role in that struggle. Less than a month before his death, when a black man solicited his advice to an African American just starting out in the world, Douglass replied without hesitation.

Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born into slavery on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Talbot County, the plantation was between Hillsboro and Cordova, his birthplace was likely his grandmothers shack east of Tappers Corner, and west of Tuckahoe Creek. The exact date of his birth is unknown, and he chose to celebrate his birthday on February In his first autobiography, Douglass stated, I have no knowledge of my age. Douglass was of mixed race, which likely included Native American on his mothers side and he was given his name by his mother, Harriet Bailey.

After escaping to the North years later, he took the surname Douglass and he wrote of his earliest times with his mother, The opinion was. Whispered that my master was my father, but of the correctness of this opinion I know nothing and my mother and I were separated when I was but an infant.

It common custom, in the part of Maryland from which I ran away, … I do not recollect ever seeing my mother by the light of day. Oxford University Press p. The magnificent activist , Da Capo Press, , p. National Park Service , www. History of Woman Suffrage.

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