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This week, the globe united to celebrate International Women’s Day. From events to hashtags, women were recognized for the incredible doors that have been unlocked for others to follow. Smash…

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Dr. Alexa Irene Canady became the first African American female to become a neurosurgeon in the United States.

Alexa Irene Canady had almost dropped out of college as an undergraduate, but after recovering her self-confidence she went on to qualify as the first African American woman neurosurgeon in the United States.

30 Black Woman-Owned Online Stores to Shop This Holiday Season - National Blackout

If you gonna spend for the holidays, try these places. Reports have stated there are over one million Black female business owners in the United States today, and black women are becoming entrepr.

China's Ye Shiwen poses with her gold medal on the podium during the women's individual medley victory ceremony at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Aquatics Centre, on July

Bessie Coleman;  First female Black pilot in the world!

Elizabeth “Bessie” Coleman (January 1892 – April was an American civil aviator. She was the first female pilot of African American descent and the first person of African American descent to hold an international pilot license.

Patrick Dougherty is a wood craftsman the likes of which most of us have never seen. Rather than cutting, planing, leveling and assembling rectilinear wood structures he shapes living trees into amazing natural tree buildings.

13 Of the Most Beautiful Unknown Places,Patrick Dougherty shapes living trees into amazing natural tree buildings

"Our nationally acclaimed economic expansion is helping families overcome situational poverty — a temporary condition caused perhaps by losing a job or a medical crisis. But a far more entrenched form of economic hardship is intergenerational poverty."  Op-ed: Utah can lead nation in ending the poverty cycle | The Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Utah can lead nation in ending the poverty cycle

"Our nationally acclaimed economic expansion is helping families overcome situational poverty — a temporary condition caused perhaps by losing a job or a medical crisis. But a far more entrenched form of economic hardship is intergenerational poverty." Op-ed: Utah can lead nation in ending the poverty cycle | The Salt Lake Tribune

She has survived breast cancer and her family once relied food stamps. But now she leverages a $24 billion powerhouse for good. Gloria Johnson-Cusack, an American success story from CNNMoney

Gloria Johnson-Cusack, success

Give it up for Gloria Johnson-Cusack. Having been raised in the segregated neighborhoods of Washington, D., she knows firsthand what it takes for children from underprivileged backgrounds to succeed – and how far a little help can go.

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