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"You go where you are sent and do the best job you can. End of story."
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Want to Raise Successful Daughters? Self-Made Billionaire Sara Blakely Says Teach These 7 Things
Do the mindset "pre-work" for one thingteach them to turn disadvantages into opportunities.Sara Blakely is pretty amazing. She's a self-made billionaire and the founder and inventor of Spanx. She even still personally holds the original patent for her game-changing women's underwear.There are a decen
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The first woman to start a bank — a black woman — finally gets her due in the Confederacy’s capital
The first woman to start a bank — a black woman — finally gets her due in the Confederacy’s capital
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A Day in the Life of an Advocate
A Day in the Life of an Advocate
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Betsey Stockton (1798-1865) •
Betsey Stockton (c. 1798–1865) was an African American educator and missionary born into slavery in Princeton, NJ. She gained her freedom at 20 and travelled to Hawaii, Canada and Philadelphia teaching and serving as a nurse. She moved back to Princeton in 1835 and spent the rest of her life enriching the lives of the members of the local African American community. There is a window memorialized to her in the Witherspoon Street Church, Princeton, NJ.
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Jane Bolin was the first black woman judge in the United States. Born April 11, 1908 in Poughkeepsie, New York, Bolin always knew she wanted to be a lawyer. Her father, Gaius Bolin, the first African American graduate of Williams College, practiced law in Poughkeepsie. Bolin graduated from Wellesley College in 1928, and received her law degree from Yale University School of Law in 1931.
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This Is What It’s REALLY Like to Work at Planned Parenthood Right Now
This Is What It’s REALLY Like to Work at Planned Parenthood Right Now
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Fannie Lou Hamer was instrumental in organizing Mississippi Freedom Summer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and later became the Vice-Chair of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, attending the 1964 Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in that capacity. Her plain-spoken manner and fervent belief in the Biblical righteousness of her cause gained her a reputation as an electrifying speaker and constant activist of civil rights.
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Mabel Fairbanks Broke the Color Barrier in Figure Skating
Mabel Fairbanks was an Black American figure skater and coach who was inducted into the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame, and the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame.
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August 15, 1971: Cheryl White, seventeen, becomes the first African American woman jockey.
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Daisy Bates, Unsung Heroine of the Civil Rights Movement
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Willa Brown Chappell was the first licensed black female pilot and the first black in the Civil Air Patrol. Chappell founded the National Airmen Association of America and trained more than 200 students. She and her husband also operated the first flight school for blacks. In 1939 she was a federal coordinator of civilian pilot training. Chappell was also a political activist. In 1945 she organized a Young Republican Club in Chicago, and in 1946, she ran for Congress as a Republican.
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Thomas Mundy Peterson, first African American to vote,31st March 1870.