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Today in History: Rani of Jhansi, Rebel Queen

Born on 19 November, 1835 to a Brahmin Maratha family, Manikarnika lived a very unique and adventurous life.  Her father Moropant Tabme was a court advisor, and her mother, Bhagirathi, was a woman of education. 453 more words

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Thank you, Veterans.

Thank you.  All of you.  Women have been serving in support of our nation since before we were even a nation.  Our service can be traced back to 1775 during the Revolutionary War and we were… 449 more words

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Fighting Terror with Terror- The Women's Protection Unit (YPJ)

Have you heard of the Kurdish Women’s Protection Unit?

In Iraq and Syria – where humanity is fighting for survival – a small force of women has organized into an army.  112 more words

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FEMINIST FRIDAY

Saturday, November 11 is a day set aside to honor our country’s Veterans of War.  Today I am using this space to honor American Women Veterans. 1,776 more words

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Re-finding your "Why"

Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up? I’m pretty sure I changed my mind a few times, trying to decide whether I should be a doctor, a teacher, or Donnie and Marie Osmond’s back-up singer (seriously, my parents have pictures of me and my sister using the backyard picnic table as our stage and wooden spoons as our microphones). 516 more words

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Ashley White-Stumpf and the Special Forces Cultural Support Teams

As the argument continues on whether women belong in combat (the irony that we are already there is not lost on those of us that have been already), a book was published called… 1,104 more words

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Be Bold, Be #1

The best career advice I ever received was from a coworker at a deployed location when I was contemplating how to prepare an evaluation on my performance. 671 more words

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