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about 35,000 B.C. a group of these African Chinese, known as the Jomon, entered Japan, and became 1st humans to inhabit Japanese Islands. later, another group, the Ainu, followed. oddly Indians were not part of this group. today, their genes can be found in 40% of modern Japanese, as well as Mongolians and Tibetans

a group of these African Chinese; later known to us as the Jomon, took this route and entered Japan, they became the first Humans to inhabit the Japanese Islands. Later, another.

Fed up with abusive husbands and corrupt officials, India’s poorest women are banding together, taking up arms, and fighting back. Even more shocking than the pink saris they wear: Their quest for justice is actually working. In one of the most backward regions of India, the badlands of Central India, village women dressed in pink saris are getting together to fight corruption and injustice and to raise their voices against the system. SO FREAKING FANTASTIC!

Fed up with abusive husbands and corrupt officials, India’s poorest women are banding together, taking up arms, and fighting back.” Pink Gang" fights for the rights of women and other marginalized people in rural India.

Separatist, Militant, Female Power! In the Ukraine, a country where females are victims of sexual trafficking and gender oppression, a new tribe of empowered women is emerging. Calling themselves the “Asgarda”, the women seek complete autonomy from men. Residing in the Carpathian Mountains, the tribe is comprised of 150 women of varying ages, primarily students, led by 30 year-old Katerina Tarnouska. This reminds me of the "Amazon women"

In the Ukraine, a country where females are victims of sexual trafficking and gender oppression, a new tribe of empowered women is emerging. Calling themselves the “Asgarda,” the women seek complete autonomy from men.

female porters world war I, London, UK, 1915.

Women employed in the transport industry increased by 555 per cent during the war, and included this pair of female porters at Marylebone Station in vintage everyday: 16 Incredible Photos Show Daily Life of British Women War Workers during World War One

My Olympic Spirit..? Women’s archery at the (1908) London Olympics

Female archers take part in the "National Round" arrows at 60 yards and 12 arrows at 50 yards), which was won by Sybil "Queenie" Newall of Great Britain.