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Serena Williams On Learning 'There's More To Life Than Sport'

Serena Williams On The Health Scare That Taught Her ‘There’s More To Life Than Sport’

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Nicola Adams wins historic boxing gold for Great Britain

Great Britain's Nicola Adams became the first female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal in 2012.

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Florence Welch Urges Londoners To Unite During Euphoric Peformance

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Why Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's ‘Secret Pregnancy' Is Her Most Feminist Move Yet

Feminist Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Breaks Down the Misogyny Dogging Hillary Clinton – Starting with 'She Doesn't Smile' "People complain about Hillary not being charismatic, or say that she's robotic…

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Why Caitlyn And Kellie Aren't The End Of The Transgender Story

Why Caitlyn Jenner And Kellie Maloney Arent The End Of The Transgender Story, Theyre Just The Beginning

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The fight to celebrate great women on Britain's streets

A statue to Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst stands outside the Houses of Parliament in London and is one of the few statues in Britain that celebrate the achievement of women. Recently, a number of campaigns across the country have set out to change this.

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The fight to celebrate great women on Britain's streets

Spy Violette Szabo twice parachuted into occupied France to aid the Resistance movement. On her second mission shortly after D-Day, she was captured, interrogated and tortured by the Gestapo. In early 1945, she was executed. Her statue which stands on the south bank of the River Thames is one of the few in Britain of women. Recently, a number of campaigns across the country have set out to change this.

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The fight to celebrate great women on Britain's streets

Author Virginia Woolf helped shape post-Victorian Britain and is one of the few statues that mark the achievements of women in Britain. Recently, a number of campaigns across the country have set out to change this.