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Molly Murphy MacGregor

“All of our efforts are with the goal of making women’s lives visible, because invisibility is the number one form of bias.”

Interview with Molly Murphy MacGregor, Executive Director National Women’s History Project by Angie Klink. 1,489 more words

20th Century

International Women's Haiku Festival: It's a Wrap

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31 days. 27 poets. 48 poems.

The first International Women’s Haiku Festival on Inner Voices was a big success.  You sent me an overwhelming number of submissions from every corner of the English-speaking world.  265 more words

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Grownup Navajo – The Transformative Power of Grandmothers in our Culture

The mission of Aculturame is to educate and inspire people on cultural, social, and historical aspects of indigenous cultures. In line with that, I would like to introduce my first post on Trailblazers, a section on my blog that will cover cultural perspectives and people in indigenous communities. 1,054 more words

Native Americans In The United States

International Women's Haiku Festival: Poems by Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff

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Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff explores the wonder of childbirth and the unique dynamic between mothers and daughters in today’s feature of the… 267 more words

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She Can and She Will: The Power of Women in Today’s Business World

Men seem to dominate the world in different fields like politics, science, and sports. Such is the case in business wherein big time business tycoons usually include men like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. 613 more words

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International Women's Haiku Festival: Haiku by Angela Leuck

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Middle-aged women and younger men meet up in a haiku by Angela Leuck in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival… 165 more words

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Know Your Women’s History! | LesleyKluchin

With the intuitive wisdom of an educator, retired teacher Lesley Kluchin taught women’s history long before it was a mandate. As we wrap up National Women’s History Month, Kluchin urges us to pass this history forward — to the next generation of women and men… 100 more words