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  • Kirk Filer

    Amelia Earhart #inspiration #apple #campaigns #advertising #classic #greatads #thinkdifferent #ameliaearhart #amelia #earhart

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  • Cristian DF

    Amelia Earheart ... what courage it must have taken ... not only to take off from Mother Earth into the Great Unknown of the Sky ... but to challenge all those who didn't believe a woman could. HEELS DON'T MAKE A WOMAN!

  • hadassah

    Amelia Earhart - First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and setting many aviation records.Earhart was a widely known international celebrity during her lifetime.She inspired many women around the globe with her courage to fly.Sad to see her being disappeared but she did achieve a lot by inspiring not just women but men as well.I loved her always,and adored her courage to achieve her dreams <3

  • Maurice Armstrong

    Women Aviators: From Amelia Earhart to Sally Ride Making History in%

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