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WAC Lighting - Quick-Connect LED Sarah Pendant $171.00 Lamps.com

WAC Lighting - Quick-Connect LED Sarah Pendant $171.00 Lamps.com

Major Charity Adams Early, the first African American woman commissioned as an officer in the Women's Army Corps

Charity Adams Earley, Black Pioneer in Wacs, Dies at 83

Major Charity Adams Early, the first African American woman commissioned as an officer in the Women's Army Corps

Fully submergible color-changing tape lights can dramatically enhance an outdoor water feature!

10-foot RGB Color Changing InvisiLED Palette Outdoor 24V Tape Light, Wet Location

Fully submergible color-changing tape lights can dramatically enhance an outdoor water feature!

Do You Know The Reason Behind The Flag Folding? The United States Flag Is Folded 13 Times Because….

Do You Know The Reason Behind The Flag Folding? The United States Flag Is Folded 13 Times Because….

Flag Display Cases, Flag Frames made By Veterans, Flag and Medal display cases, Flag frames, Burial flag cases top quality wood. We offer fast and secure shipping for our Flag cases and award displays, all flag cases are hand made by veterans

World War 2 Poster - The Women's Air Corp (WAC).  Just did a blog post about this subject here:  http://rosietheriveterwecandoit.com/a-brief-history-of-the-wasps-a-different-kind-of-rosie-the-riveter

World War 2 Poster - The Women's Air Corp (WAC). Just did a blog post about this subject here: http://rosietheriveterwecandoit.com/a-brief-history-of-the-wasps-a-different-kind-of-rosie-the-riveter

Members of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) pose at Camp Shanks, New York, before leaving from New York Port of Embarkation on Feb. 2, 1945. The women are with the first contingent of Black American WACs to go overseas for the war effort (AP Photo) In Focus - World War II: Women at War - The Atlantic

Members of the Women's Army Corps (WAC) pose at Camp Shanks, New York, before leaving from New York Port of Embarkation on Feb. 2, 1945. The women are with the first contingent of Black American WACs to go overseas for the war effort (AP Photo) In Focus - World War II: Women at War - The Atlantic

Mary McLeod Bethune (7/10/1875 - 5/18/1955) founded what would become Bethune-Cookman University in 1904, financing it by selling sweet potato pies and soliciting donations from wealthy businessmen vacationing in Daytona Beach. She was one of the most influential African Americans of the early 20th century, serving as an advisor to presidents from Coolidge to Truman and a consultant to the Women's Army Corps (WAC) and founding of the UN.

Mary McLeod Bethune (7/10/1875 - 5/18/1955) founded what would become Bethune-Cookman University in 1904, financing it by selling sweet potato pies and soliciting donations from wealthy businessmen vacationing in Daytona Beach. She was one of the most influential African Americans of the early 20th century, serving as an advisor to presidents from Coolidge to Truman and a consultant to the Women's Army Corps (WAC) and founding of the UN.

"It always gets me when MRAs bring up the draft as an example of discrimination against men. Yes, it's true that no woman in America has ever been subject to conscription in times of war; however, being that the most recent draft was in 1973, most likely neither have you. If you get to drag up stuff that happened before you were born, so does everybody else--and I'm pretty sure the ladies are going to win that particular game of misery poker."

"It always gets me when MRAs bring up the draft as an example of discrimination against men. Yes, it's true that no woman in America has ever been subject to conscription in times of war; however, being that the most recent draft was in 1973, most likely neither have you. If you get to drag up stuff that happened before you were born, so does everybody else--and I'm pretty sure the ladies are going to win that particular game of misery poker."

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