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Women's History Month Superstars

March is Women's History and we want to honor those women who've made a difference! #women

The Most Influential Reformer You've Never Heard of: Hannah More

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    . "How I hate the little narrowing names of Arminian and Calvinist," she wrote. Because it was so divisive, she even shunned the label "Evangelical" – an impulse quite familiar today.-Hannah More

Mother Theresa: Because she was the picture of service, love and grace.

Conspiracy of Hope: Mother Teresa In Her Own Words.

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Wilma Rudolph: Born with polio, battled scarlet fever, wore a brace and orthopedic shoe….considered the fastest woman in the world in the 1960s. Boom! #run #women #WilmaRudolph

Clare Booth Luce: Served as an editor at Vanity Fair. Wrote the hit play The Women in 1936. Wrote Europe in the Spring, a best-selling nonfiction book about pre-World War II Europe, in 1940. Served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1943 to 1947. Served as ambassador to Italy from 1953 to 1956. Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Ronald Reagan in 1983.

Clare Boothe Luce

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Phyllis Schlafly: For always standing strong on principle and leading the way as a conservative women.

Rosa Parks: Because She Would Not Give In

Rosa Parks and the Love For Justice - COLORLINES

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Julia Child: A Pioneer in Her World. Take the lead, ladies!

Eleanor Roosevelt & Shirley Temple! The First Lady was certainly and example to follow!

Corrie Ten Boom: One of the most courageous, inspiring women in history.


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