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Princess Diana - A Pictorial History

Diana, Princess of Wales. Takes a lot of gumption to stand against a monarchy.

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On June 18th, 1983 Dr. Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space. Her accomplishments came to symbolize women's achievements in an all male-dominated fields and overnight she became one of the most famous women in American History. The film is the story of Sally Ride a woman space pioneer, as told by herself and several family and friends who shared in her successes.

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Inspirational quotes: Wise words from famous women

Wise words from famous women - Eleanor Roosevelt- I love my soror

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15 year old Malala Yousafzai, of Pakistan. World famous for defying the Taliban in support of women’s rights and education.Nobel Peace 20014

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The Invincible Mrs. Thatcher

Rule OMEGA: when you pissed on the Rules we look a while..we wait a little bit....but we will RESPOND......

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The Invincible Mrs. Thatcher

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Michelle Obama: biografia - 10 mujeres negras que han cambiado la historia

Michelle Obama:En 2009, cuando Obama fue elegido presidente, Michelle Obana se convirtió en la primera Primera Dama de color en la historia de los Estados Unidos. Michelle es una da las mujeres más apreciadas del mundo, tanto por su dedicación al voluntariado como por su elegancia.

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jane goodall - female british scientist most famous for her groundbreaking work researching and observing chimpanzees for 45 years. jane is also an author, environmentalist, as well as a un messenger of peace. she tours the world 360 days out of the year, giving lectures on conservation and animal welfare issues.

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Women who were movers and shakers

Eleanor Roosevelt. One of the most outspoken and prominent First Ladies. Mrs. Roosevelt took a larger role in the politics of the presidency than First Ladies before her had. She was known for taking public stances on the rights of women and children and stood against racial discrimination. "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." -Eleanor Roosevelt

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