Patricia Ireland Quotes and its meanings
Patricia Ireland quotes about Alone
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What does Patricia Ireland write about?
Patricia Ireland has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about alone, equality, faith, food, health, leadership, legal & positive. People always share Alone quotes, Equality quotes, faith, food, health, leadership, legal & positive from his literary works.
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Here are the top most famous quotes by Patricia Ireland.
- Some of us may just, in one-on-one conversations with our family, with our friends, over the back fence with our neighbors, talk about the reality of our lives and realize that we're not alone, that we have a right to be physically safe and emotionally safe in our own homes.
- I want to organize so that women see ourselves as people who are entitled to power, entitled to leadership.
- Stewardesses are still paid so little that in many cases, new hires qualify for food stamps.
- I come from a Christian faith. I am not going to give you insight into my particular beliefs.
- I know that it isn't just violence against women, it's how do we support ourselves and our families, how do we deal with health care for ourselves and our families? It's a bigger picture.
- When I started law school I was shocked to learn that our legal system traditionally had the man as the head and master of the family. As late as the '70s and '80s when we were fighting for the Equal Rights Amendment, states like Louisiana still had a head and master law.
- Women are called upon to defend every bit of progress we have made against particularly virulent attack. But we must also hold out a vision, put forth a positive agenda of what women need and want and then move forward toward that dream.