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to aviator and physicist Maggie Gee, born in 1923! One of only two Chinese-American women in the Women Airforce Service Pilots, or WASPs, she helped train male pilots for service during WWII, since women were not allowed to fly in service. After the war, she got a degree in physics from U.C. Berkeley and worked as a nuclear physicist.

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in 1984, Mary Lou Retton won an Olympic gold medal in the Women’s Gymnastics Individual All-Around! She was the first American woman to do so, beating out Romanian gymnast Ecaterina Szabo. Retton won four other medals, including a team silver, and was extremely popular at home, becoming the first female athlete on a Wheaties box. (Photo via MaryLouRetton.com)

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Many people have heard about Amelia Earhart but have you heard of Geraldine “Jerrie” Mock? In 1964, Mock became the 1st woman to fly solo around the world. Her trip spanned 29 days during which the mother of three had to navigate bad weather and military controlled airspace as well as troubleshoot faulty wiring and brakes. When Mock returned she was asked questions like, “You left your husband alone for 29 days. What did he do? I mean, who cleaned the house and all?” When asked why she had attempted this feat she said, “It was about time a woman did it.”

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Women’s suffrage activist Lucy Burns, a close friend of Alice Paul, was born in 1879. Burns was arrested multiple times for picketing the White House. In jail, she joined hunger strikes with other jailed suffragists; following the “Night of Terror” in 1917, Burns was violently force fed by guards. (Photo: Lucy Burns in Occoquan Workhouse, Washington, DC. Library of Congress)

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07/27/2015

I am looking for people wanting to host a Mary Kay party you get free merchandise and I do all the work.. They are lots of fun and we have some wonderful products.. Also if you are interested in making some extra money we can help with that as well..

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When Cristeta Comerford started as White House Executive Chef in 2005, she became the first woman, and the first person of Asian descent, to hold the position. Comerford, who is Filipino-American, began working for the White House in 1995.

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07/26/2015

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that Johns Hopkins was not only one of the first graduate medical schools in the United States, but also the first co-educational one because of suffragist and philanthropist Mary Elizabeth Garrett? She and her close friends -who called themselves the “Friday Evening” group- had already established the Bryn Mawr School for Women (highly controversial at the time for teaching women traditionally masculine subjects like math). Garrett had tried before to give Johns Hopkins support in exchange for them opening their doors to women but they had refused. When the new Johns Hopkins medical school was unable to open due to financial struggles, Garrett rounded up support to provide the university a $500,000 endowment (of which she paid over half) – only if they would admit men and women on the same terms.

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that the first paid female umpire was Amanda Clement (1888-1971)? She got the job by accident in 1904, when her brother’s semi-pro team needed a last minute umpire and she did so well that they hired her. For the next 6 years, Clement worked professionally for a variety of teams in one of the most dangerous jobs on the field. While male umpires of the day were sometimes yelled at, beaten up, or even killed, Clement was instead respected for her fairness and refusal to be bribed. After retiring she worked occasionally as umpire, in addition to working as a physical education teacher, reporter, police matron, justice of the peace, and social worker. Clement died in 1971. (Photo via SouthDakotaMagazine.com)

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Mildred Norman, better known as ‘Peace Pilgrim,’ was born today in 1908. Beginning in 1953, she spent 28 years walking across the United States with few possessions and no money to her name. The back of her tunic read: “25,000 miles on foot for peace.” (Photo: NPR)

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Jackie Joyner-Kersee became the first woman to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals in the heptathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics. In 1996, she won her 6th Olympic medal, the most track and field medals ever won by an American woman. Sports Illustrated voted Joyner-Kersee the greatest female athlete of the 20th century. (Photo: ESPN)

07/18/2015

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