Eilidh Watt (1908-1996) was a Gaelic broadcaster and writer from the Isle of Skye. She was a campaigner for equality and women's rights.
Eilidh Watt (1908-1996) was a Gaelic broadcaster and writer from the Isle of Skye. Born on the Isle of Skye on the 22nd day of January in the year 1908, Eilidh Watt’s mother was Chirsty MacLean and her father was the local blacksmith in the township of Skinidin. Watt attended Portree High School and graduated from Glasgow University.
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National Black Dog Day, celebrated each year on October 1, seeks to change that. We love black dogs! Their shiny coats are like satin, especially when you’re out playing in the warm sunshine. Unfortunately, too many black dogs languish in shelters because people are hesitant to adopt them. Today is the day to give black dogs the love they deserve! National Black Dog Day timeline. Pet/lifestyle expert, Colleen Paige, initiates the first National Black Dog Day - focusing on what she calls "these beautiful, shiny fur babies that offer just as much unconditional love as any other dog and deserve just as much love back. Black dogs find an advocate.
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