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Women’s History Month: Michelle Obama

There have been multiple women who have made the world a better place, simply by caring for people they did not know, Michelle Obama is one of them. Michelle has been an inspiration to many little girls all around the world. As First Lady, Michelle was an amazing example of the duty people have to […]

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Women’s History Month: Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem is an American feminist, journalist, and social activist who eventually became nationally recognized in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s as a leader and spokeswoman for the feminist movement. As a columnist for New York Magazine and co-founder of Ms. Magazine Steinem published an article titled “After Black Power, Women’s Liberation” which ultimately […]

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Women’s History Month: Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys is an R&B singer known for her hit song, “Girl On Fire.”  You may also have seen her as a judge on “The Voice”.  She has been a role model for several people, helping them with their everyday life struggles.  Her new album “Here”, talks about the issues we are fighting […]

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Women’s History Month: Coretta Scott King

  Coretta Scott King is a writer and human right’s activist.  Along with helping alongside Martin Luther King in his Civil Rights movement, she helped with other issues like Women’s rights. After her husband, Martin Luther King, died, she continued to help with world issues like education, religion, health etc.  She helped in different countries around the […]

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Women’s History Month: Emma Watson

Emma Watson is best known for her iconic acting work as Hermione Granger in the famous Harry Potter series, but in her 26 years of life, she has managed to accomplish so much more. Not only is she a prestigious actress, but a renowned feminist and a genuine human being. In 2014, Watson gave a […]