Shakespeer y Shakespeare.


Shakespeer
acontece en un cruce improbable de dos sentidos.

El primero, en la unión de dos palabras: shake [-up] (sacudir, agitar, remover bruscamente; debilitar, desalentar... pero también zafarse, liberarse). Y peer que, en una de sus acepciones señala a quienes son pares en un grupo (por edad, posición social y/o habilidades) y en laotra acepción describe la posesión de título nobiliario en el Reino Unido (esto incluye a quienes alcanzan honor de
Lord y por eso su lugar en la Cámara).

El segundo sentido es más intuitivo: la similitud fonética con el apellido del genial William, quien conocía varios (más) de los vericuetos del corazón humano.


En ese cruce breve, en ese chispazo más que improbable, en ese enlace natural, se despliega este blog.


15/04/2011

I want to be cool... V


Just one idea shows us her totaly 'fighting kind': there’s no such thing like begging rights: we have to conquer them. This was her way of life. She was Julieta Lantieri, born in 1873 in Cuneo – an Italian area in Piedmont. At her 6 years old her whole family immigrates to Argentina. In 1886, Julieta began to study at Colegio Provincial (before known as Colegio Nacional Rafael Hernández) in La Plata -- main city in Buenos Aires. Julieta was the first woman in such a school and later on the first one to study Medicine Science (but at the public university in Buenos Aires). By 1911, the Buenos Aires Town Hall called for legislative elections and Julieta realized since gender was not specified she was able to vote... This bold attitude turned her in the very first woman who votes not only in Argentina but in Latin America! This really special lady was the sixth woman working as a GP in Argentina, specialized in mental disorders in children and women. Rights of both groups were simply her never-ending fight. In this direction, she creates the First Association for College Women and integrates the Socialist Party with the well known Alicia Moreau de Justo. Lately, she also creates the first feminist party in Argentina and run for national congress woman. Her amazing bravery and her popular causes wasn’t nice for the conservative army people and when these made the coup d'etat against the constitutional government of Hipólito Yrigoyen, Julieta died in a car accident. This sad event was highly suspected in those days as politically motivated. She always said: My deeds are an affirmation of my conscience and I am just doing my duty.





I want to be cool. Just like this lady...




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