We’ve all been there—faced with a situation that seems too difficult to figure out on our own. Maybe it’s a crucial development in a relationship, a health condition, or deciding between two jobs. 579 more words
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Asian American and Pacific Island History – Maggie Gee, Chinese-American Pilot — Transportation History
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May 21, 1979 The U.S Air Force (USAF), in a key victory for a group of American women who had flown planes in support of their country during World War II, officially recognized the active military status of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) during that global conflict and issued honorable discharges to those aviators.
Hey lovelies! Today I’m coming at you with a topic that is actually quite close to my heart because well reading is for anyone and everyone, right? 1,530 more words
Rummaging through my little folder of papers and ideas for Monday Musings posts, I found a 2014 article from The Conversation titled “The Americans are destroying the English language – or are they?” If you are a non-American English-speaker you probably know exactly what this is about, because we non-American English-speakers love to get on our high horse about how Americans have corrupted the English language, except … 1,215 more words