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Harriet Tubman Called "Moses" for her work in transporting thousands of slaves northward via the Underground Railroad.  If I could only do such work...

Harriet TubmanTubman led in helping slaves escape using the Underground Railroad. A runaway slave herself, Tubman brought her family and more than 300 slaves to freedom.

Malala Yousafzai, a young woman who has raised her voice, despite her attackers, to make a change for our worlds children to have quality education for all. She inspires the youth to dream big, work hard, and never give up.

Malala Yousafzai, a young woman who has raised her voice, despite her attackers, to make a change for our world's children to have quality education for all. She inspires youth to dream big, work hard and never give up!

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan | Anne Sullivan Macy, Helen Keller's teacher and friend, died in 1936 at ...

Helen Keller with Anne Sullivan :: Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan MacyIn Helen's beloved teacher Anne Sullivan died. Polly Thomson now became Helen's primary companion, and a whole new chapter of her life was beginning.

This iconic poster was created during WWII to show that women can keep the factories going in the US while the men went and fought overseas. The creator of this image is unknown, but just from looking at it you know that they were a feminist and believed that women could do the same jobs that men do.

<b>Women have played key roles in workers& rights movements worldwide for over a century.</b> Images from strikes and protests drive home women& longstanding commitment to equal pay, fair working conditions, and the right to form unions.

There has been grace, wisdom and quiet strength in this transition -- I am very proud of these Democratic leaders!

"This loss hurts, but please, never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it.

Rosa Parks with Dr. Martin Luther King jr. in 1955

Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr., 1955 - Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the U. Congress called "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".