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Sojourner Truth, abolitionist and women's rights activist.

Sojourner Truth, abolitionist and women's rights activist.

Chaviva Reick (1914–1944) was one of more than 30 Palestinian Jewish parachutists sent by the Jewish Agency and Special Operations Executive on military missions in Nazi occupied Europe.  In 1944, Chaviva successfully parachuted into Slovakia, engaged in relief and rescue activities, and created escape routes for Jewish children, before being discovered by the Waffen SS. She was shot and buried in a mass grave. In 1952 her remains were interred at Mount Herzl.

Chaviva Reick (1914–1944) was one of more than 30 Palestinian Jewish parachutists sent by the Jewish Agency and Special Operations Executive on military missions in Nazi occupied Europe. In 1944, Chaviva successfully parachuted into Slovakia, engaged in relief and rescue activities, and created escape routes for Jewish children, before being discovered by the Waffen SS. She was shot and buried in a mass grave. In 1952 her remains were interred at Mount Herzl.

Pierre Boulle, author of Planet of Apes

Pierre Boulle, author of Planet of Apes

Chita Rivera. B:1933. LatinoAmerican dancer & singer!

Chita Rivera. B:1933. LatinoAmerican dancer & singer!

Robert J. Sawyer (born 1960)

Robert J. Sawyer (born 1960)

Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Ilmaisia ET-materiaaleja

Ilmaisia ET-materiaaleja

Who the paved for women Doctors in England? Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was one of eleven children, born in 1836, she went on to study medicine and received her medical license in 1872. After that she founded the Hospital for Women in London. She went on to become dean of the London School of Medicine for Women. In 1908 she ran for office and became England’s first female mayor. #womeninscience #womeninhealth  Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital wing…

Who the paved for women Doctors in England? Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was one of eleven children, born in 1836, she went on to study medicine and received her medical license in 1872. After that she founded the Hospital for Women in London. She went on to become dean of the London School of Medicine for Women. In 1908 she ran for office and became England’s first female mayor. #womeninscience #womeninhealth Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital wing…

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