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July 15th in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1943 was the birth of Dame Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell, a Northern Irish astrophysicist who was known for discovering the first radio pulsars, though credit– and the Nobel prize– went instead to her (male) mentor and his (male) colleague. 390 more words

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July 8th in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1926 was the birth of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, a Swiss-American psychiatrist who developed the now widely-known theory of the five stages of grief. 480 more words

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The Nude Lip

They say that a great nude lip is like a comfortable pair of jeans or your favourite white t shirt. You feel totally relaxed in your self, in your skin. 346 more words

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June 28th in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1889 was the death of Maria Mitchell, the first American woman to be a professional astronomer, known for discovering a comet later named “Miss Mitchell’s Comet”. 584 more words

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June 27th in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1894 was the birth of Crystal Bird Fauset, who was the first female African-American state legislator in the United States. She was born Crystal Bird in Maryland and raised by an Aunt in Boston, attending public schools and eventually earning her B.S. 403 more words

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June 23rd in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1928 was the birth of Jean “Cy” Cione, a pitcher who played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1945-1954. 479 more words

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May 31st in (Feminist) History

On this day in 1912 was the birth of Chien-Shiung Wu, a Chinese-American experimental physicist who was well known in the field of nuclear physics. 524 more words

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