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Source: CNBC One of the most anticipated elections of the twenty-first century has concluded with the momentous election of the first Black and South Asian woman as Vice President. For that, we  have Black women to thank. “Black women h…

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Twenty-five years ago, thousands of civil actors, non-governmental organizations, and governmental representatives gathered in Beijing, China, to participate in the Fourth World Conference on Women. At the conference, 189 governments recognized the …

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Today marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, an official celebration of the contributions Hispanic and Latino Americans have made throughout United States history.  Beginning in 1968, the United States government has paid tribute to c…

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This week women across the United States commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution, which granted women the right to vote. In 1971, the United States Congress designated August 26 a…

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