Ann Wambui helped with everything from making and selling cards in the tourist market to taking other women to the hospital to receive medication. She lived alone, but was surrounded by many because she was always happy to help others. Ann was such an inspiration for me because she taught me that being HIV+ doesn't have to mean living in misery. Women Right, Protective Women, Quote, Kenya Constitution, Inspiration Women, Hiv Positive, People Inspiration, Awesome Women, Sell Cards
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Dee inspires me with her courage and commitment to fighting for reproductive rights worldwide. She helped me become a more independent and ambitious woman, and the fact that she lives her vision of a feminist world continues to be an inspiration for me today.
Unlike the thousands of young women who looked for job when they finished their studies, Rainatou Sow founded her own organization, Make Every Woman Count, to strengthen connections among women’s rights advocates in Africa. Serving as an inspiration to many of us throughout the Diaspora, Rai demonstrates what is needed to push women's rights forward.
Marjorie Peebles-Meyers: first African American woman to graduate from Wayne State University Medical School, the first to be accepted as an intern at Detroit Receiving Hospital, and the first to become Chief Resident of a major Detroit hospital.
Nancy J. Leo. Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army Service # N-760422 216th General Hospital Entered the Service from: Maryland Died: July 24, 1945 Buried: Plot H, Row 9, Grave 71 Luxembourg American Cemetery Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Our mission is to honor the service, achievements and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces. To search the names of those buried and memorialized in our cemeteries, visit go.usa.gov/PFj.
Cody McCasland... This child was born without shins or knees and at 19 months his legs were amputated. This child, who is now 10, travels the world speaking to people who have also lost their limbs. If you have never seen/heard of him I would HIGHLY recommend searching him on Youtube. Just amazing!