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Women’s History Month

Helen Adams Keller was born in Tuscambia, Alabama on June 27, 1880. At only 18 months old, Helen was diagnosed with meningitis that left her both blind and deaf. At the age of seven, Helen’s parents elicited the help of Alexander Graham Bell, who later recommended Anne Sullivan as a permanent teacher for their beloved […]

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Women´s History Month: Marie Curie

Marie Sklodowska was born in 1867 in Poland. She was lucky enough to be born into a family of respected educators. Her grandfather was a professor who taught literature, and her father was a mathematics and physics teacher. At ten years old she attended a boarding school in which she graduated from 6 years later. […]

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Yes We Can! A look at International Women’s Day

On March 8th, a global celebration of the female spirit took place in the form of International Women’s Day. Around the world, men and women took a moment to honor the contributions that females make to society through financial, economic, and cultural contributions. While the sponsorship and rights of women have grown exponentially since the […]