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Kartini Day - Kartini That Is ...?

Friday, April 16, 2010
Remember the Friends of the Global on Kartini's Day celebration? It must be cautioned. Now, as in previous years, the Indonesian nation, especially for the weaker sex is always memeringati Kartini day every 21 April.
Yes, on that date will also always show memory Ajeng services Raden Kartini pioneered the rise of indigenous women in Indonesia. Ehmm, indigenous women's age had already emang always placed in the low social status. But thanks to the author of "After Dark publication Light" that appear before tuh term "Women's Emancipation."

Remarkably again, that figure Kartini fought for truth is not only focused on the question of emancipation itself, but also a general social problem. Kartini saw women struggle to gain freedom, autonomy and legal equality as part of a broader movement. And, all of Kartini's ideas and statements written in Dutch women's magazine called De Hollandsche Lelie.

The Indonesian perempan today seem inappropriate tuh grateful to RA Kartini. If the figure of a woman from Central Java was never there, just maybe would not have been there also a pilot or a woman president.

Seeing how the struggle of Kartini. Hmm ... how ya how to commemorate Kartini Day Global companions? What is the real meaning of the term "emancipation" that often heralded today's modern woman? Like what ya figure Kartini also today?

I think RA Kartini was a smart person and does not want to miss the same of others, especially in males. Then, RA Kartini's people are always willing to accept kritk and suggestions from others.
Beldina Nababan, Students

After publication Dark Light, was very fitting motto. Indonesian women are now already not 'doubt ngekspresiin aspirations. RA Kartini could become a model for other women. He struggles commendable. Especially for women in our own times.
Fadillah, Student Semester 4 IAIN

If the figure of the mother Kartini today that, yes, like the woman who could take advantage of the day, who could use his life to doing something important and want to help others, even though the form of material aid ga. The role of RA Kartini obviously very big on the development of women in Indonesia.
Rinie Sidabutar, Mahasiwi

RA Kartini was a woman who willingly sacrificed himself to education. What he does is a struggle. I think he is a great woman. Look at when he was placed in the countryside to teach the people.
Students Akram, MTsN 1

Well, today's women's great-great. Aja men at work already done by women. To the extent there was a female pilot. That was not independent of RA Kartini service that always provides the motivation of the importance of emancipation for women. He's a great woman warrior figure.
Julita Handayani, Mahasiwi

About RA Kartini

Ajeng Raden Kartini, or actually more accurately called Raden Ayu Kartini, (born in Jepara, Central Java, 21 April 1879. Died in Rembang, Central Java, 17 September 1904 at age 25 years) was a prominent Javanese and an Indonesian national heroine. Kartini is known as a pioneer in the area of indigenous women.

Ajeng Raden Kartini is someone from among the aristocracy or the nobility class of Java, the daughter of Raden Mas Sosroningrat Duke Ario, the regent of Jepara. She is the daughter of first wife, but not the main wife. His mother named M.A. Ngasirah, daughter of Haji Siti Aminah Nyai and Kyai Haji Madirono, a professor of religion at Telukawur, Jepara.

Because Kartini could speak Dutch, then at home he began to study independently and to write letters to friends correspondence originating from the Netherlands. One is Rosa Abendanon a lot of support them. From books, newspapers and European magazines fed Kartini's interest in European feminist thinking. The desire to promote indigenous women, for he saw that indigenous women are at a low social status.

Kartini read a lot of Semarang newspaper De locomotief Pieter Brooshooft nurtured, he also received leestrommel (package of magazines circulated by bookshops to subscribers).

In her letters, Kartini wrote about her views of social conditions at that time, especially about the condition of indigenous women. Most of his letters contain complaints and lawsuits related to cultures, especially in Java, which is seen as a barrier to women's advancement.

She wants women to have the freedom to learn and study. Kartini wrote of ideas and ideals, as it is written: Zelf-ontwikkeling, and Zelf-onderricht, Zelf-vertrouwen and Zelf-werkzaamheid and also Solidariteit. All that on the basis Religieusiteit, Wijsheid en Schoonheid (ie the Godhead, wisdom, and beauty), along with Humanitarianisme (humanitarianism) and nationalism (patriotism).


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