Mary Harris "Mother" Jones-my favorite quote ever, which will eventually become a tattoo. Just need to design it!

Mary Harris "Mother" Jones-my favorite quote ever, which will eventually become a tattoo. Just need to design it!

Mother Jones. Born Mary Harris Jones. (c. 1830 - Nov. 30, 1930). After she lost her husband and 4 kids (all under age 5) to yellow fever, and her dress-shop to the Chicago Fire, she became a worker's rights leader. At one time called, "the most dangerous woman in America." Mother Jones supported Appalachian coal miners and encouraged them to unionize.

Mother Jones. Born Mary Harris Jones. (c. 1830 - Nov. 30, 1930). After she lost her husband and 4 kids (all under age 5) to yellow fever, and her dress-shop to the Chicago Fire, she became a worker's rights leader. At one time called, "the most dangerous woman in America." Mother Jones supported Appalachian coal miners and encouraged them to unionize.

Mother Jones - strength before women could vote.  Thanks to the strength of women before us!  Exercise your right, REGISTER NOW!  #history

Mother Jones - strength before women could vote. Thanks to the strength of women before us! Exercise your right, REGISTER NOW! #history

Mother Jones  1837 - 1930  
LABOR LEADER    Mary Harris Jones, assailed in Congress as "the grandmother of all agitators," and hailed as "the miner's angel" by workers, fought against child labor and for decent conditions, fair pay, and safety in the workplace.

Mother Jones 1837 - 1930 LABOR LEADER Mary Harris Jones, assailed in Congress as "the grandmother of all agitators," and hailed as "the miner's angel" by workers, fought against child labor and for decent conditions, fair pay, and safety in the workplace.

Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones), The Most Dangerous Woman in America... She was denounced on the floor of the United States Senate as the "grandmother of all agitators," and replied: "I hope to live long enough to be the great-grandmother of all agitators."  Her motto: "Pray for the dead, and fight like hell for the living."

Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones), The Most Dangerous Woman in America... She was denounced on the floor of the United States Senate as the "grandmother of all agitators," and replied: "I hope to live long enough to be the great-grandmother of all agitators." Her motto: "Pray for the dead, and fight like hell for the living."

Mother Jones at the White House in Washington DC, 1924. Labor leader Mother Jones was known as a radical union organizer who fought to organize miners. In her later years she also worked for child labor reform. She was sometimes known as the Mother of All Agitators.

Mother Jones: Labor Organizer, Miner's Union Agitator

Mother Jones at the White House in Washington DC, 1924. Labor leader Mother Jones was known as a radical union organizer who fought to organize miners. In her later years she also worked for child labor reform. She was sometimes known as the Mother of All Agitators.

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New Study: Internet Trolls Are Often Machiavellian Sadists | Mother Jones

New Study: Internet Trolls Are Often Machiavellian Sadists | Mother Jones

Sientate y lee... Educate... (Autoridad, Ignorancia, Prejuicio) Para los conflictos venideros.

Sientate y lee... Educate... (Autoridad, Ignorancia, Prejuicio) Para los conflictos venideros.

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