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Alpha Omega M.D.

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Episode #1    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5rG  Chapter One – ALPHA AND OMEGA

Episode #2    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5yS

Episode #3    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5z0

Episode #4    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5z6

Episode #5    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5zu

Episode #6    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5zz

Episode #7    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5zE

Episode #8    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5zT

Episode #9    https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5A7

Episode #10  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ac

Episode #11  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ai

Episode #12  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ay

Episode #13  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ax

Episode #14  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5B1

Episode #15  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5B8

Episode #16  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Bp

Episode #17  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Bu

Episode #18  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5By

Episode #19  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5BE  Chapter Two – LEON TO GADSDEN

Episode #20  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5BV

Episode #21  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5C4

Episode #22  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5C9

Episode #23  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Cj

Episode #24  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Cw

Episode #25  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Cy

Episode #26  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5CR

Episode #27  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5CS

Episode #28  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5CZ

Episode #29  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Dc

Episode #30  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Dy

Episode #31  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Dx

Episode #32  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5DR

Episode #33  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5DS

Episode #34  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5E1

Episode #35  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Eb

Episode #36  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ef

Episode #37  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Eq

Episode #38  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Et   Chapter Three – CHANGES

Episode #39  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5EI

Episode #40  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5EN

Episode #41  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5F2

Episode #42  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5F6

Episode #43  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Fe

Episode #44  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Fj

Episode #45  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Fw

Episode #46  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5FG

Episode #47  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5FL

Episode #48  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5FO

Episode #49  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5FV

Episode #50  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5G4

Episode #51  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Gf

Episode #52  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Gg

Episode #53  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Gl

Episode #54  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Gr

Episode #55  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Gy

Episode #56  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5GG

Episode #57  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5GI

Episode #58  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5GQ

Episode #59  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5GW

Episode #60  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Hj

Episode #61  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Hi   Chapter Four – TREE OF LIFE

Episode #62  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Hr

Episode #63  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5HE

Episode #64  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5HL

Episode #65  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5HS

Episode #66  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5I1

Episode #67  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5I0

Episode #68  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ia

Episode #69  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ie

Episode #70  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Im

Episode #71  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Iq

Episode #72  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5It

Episode #73  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5IF

Episode #74  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5IS

Episode #75  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5IT

Episode #76  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Jg

Episode #77  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Jk

Episode #78  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Jx

Episode #79  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5JE    Chapter Five – HORIZONS

Episode #80  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5JP

Episode #81  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5JZ

Episode #82  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5K7

Episode #83  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Kd

Episode #84  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Kl

Episode #85  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Kq

Episode #86  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Kz

Episode #87  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5KA

Episode #88  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5KO

Episode #89  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5KP

Episode #90  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5L3

Episode #91  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5L6

Episode #92  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Lb

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Episode #94  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Lh

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Episode #100  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5M0

Episode #101  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5M4

Episode #102  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Mg   Chapter Six – A FRESH ONE HUNDRED

Episode #103  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ml

Episode #104  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5My

Episode #105  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5MJ

Episode #106  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5MO

Episode #107  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5MW

Episode #108  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Nc

Episode #109  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Nh

Episode #110  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ni

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Episode #112  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5NA

Episode #113  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5NF

Episode #114  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5NZ

Episode #115  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5O6

Episode #116  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ob

Episode #117  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Of

Episode #118  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Or

Episode #119  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Ow

Episode #120  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5OD  Chapter Seven – END CAREER BEGINNING

Episode #121  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5OK

Episode #122  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5OS

Episode #123  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5OW

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Episode #125  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5P5

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Episode #127  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Pn

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Episode #129  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5PJ

Episode #130  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5PZ

Episode #131  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Qj

Episode #132  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Qp

Episode #133  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5QN

Episode #134  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5QZ

Episode #135  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5R8

Episode #136  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Rc

Episode #137  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Rw

Episode #138  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5RQ

Episode #139  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5S4

Episode #140  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Sq

Episode #141  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Sw    Chapter Eight – DEEDS TO A DYNASTY

Episode #142  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5SI

Episode #143  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5T6

Episode #144  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Tj

Episode #145  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5TF

Episode #146  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5TN

Episode #147  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5U0

Episode #148  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Uj

Episode #149  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5UB

Episode #150  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5UK

Episode #151  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5V1

Episode #152  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Vc

Episode #153  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Vh

Episode #154  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5VA

Episode #155  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5VD

Episode #156  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5VT

Episode #157  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5W3   Chapter Nine – SHIFTING SANDS

Episode #158  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Wh

Episode #159  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Wq

Episode #160  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5WE

Episode #161  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5WN

Episode #162  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Xy

Episode #163  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5XN

Episode #164  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5XQ

Episode #165  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Y8

Episode #166  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5YA

Episode #167  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5YW

Episode #168  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Z2

Episode #169  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Zb

Episode #170  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Zl

Episode #171  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Zk

Episode #172  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5Zm

Episode #173  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5ZR

Episode #174  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-5ZW

Episode #175  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-60f

Episode #176  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-60L

Episode #177  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-60Q

Episode #178  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-60V

Episode #179  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-60Z   Chapter Ten – ALLIES

Episode #180  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-61o

Episode #181  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-61L

Episode #182  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-61P

Episode #183  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-61Y

Episode #184  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-627

Episode #185  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-62p

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Episode #187  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-636

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Episode #189  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-63z

Episode #190  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-63O

Episode #191  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-64g

Episode #192  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-64o

Episode #193  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-64O

Episode #194  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-658

Episode #195  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-65j

Episode #196  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-65t

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Episode #198  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-65Y

Episode #199  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-66j

Episode #200  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-66s

Episode #201  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-66J   Chapter Eleven – BALANCE OF POWER

Episode #202  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-675

Episode #203  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-67i

Episode #204  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-67L

Episode #205  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-67K

Episode #206  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-686

Episode #207  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-68i

Episode #208  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-68h

Episode #209  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-68J

Episode #210  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-691

Episode #211  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-69e

Episode #212  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-69o

Episode #213  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-69A

Episode #214  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-69M

Episode #215  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-69W

Episode #216  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6a6

Episode #217  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6a9

Episode #218  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6aB

Episode #219  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6bh

Episode #220  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6bi   Chapter Twelve  CARELESS WHISPERS

Episode #221  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6bj

Episode #222  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6bk

Episode #223  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6bS

Episode #224  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cj

Episode #225  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ci

Episode #226  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cu

Episode #227  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cE

Episode #228  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cF

Episode #229  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cS

Episode #230  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6cX

Episode #231  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6db

Episode #232  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6dc

Episode #233  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6dl

Episode #234  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6dV

Episode #235  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6et   Chapter Thirteen – FROM THE ASHES

Episode #236  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6eE

Episode #237  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6eN

Episode #238  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6f1

Episode #239  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6f6

Episode #240  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6fl

Episode #241  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6fo

Episode #242  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6fK

Episode #243  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6g1

Episode #244  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6gb

Episode #245  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6gk

Episode #246  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6gv

Episode #247  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6gH

Episode #248  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6gP

Episode #249  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6h8

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Episode #251  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6hm

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Episode #254  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ia

Episode #255  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6im   Chapter Fourteen – LESSONS NOT LEARNED

Episode #256  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6iz

Episode #257  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6j5

Episode #258  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6jk

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Episode #260  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6jF

Episode #261  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6jV

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Episode #263  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6kl

Episode #264  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6kF

Episode #265  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6kO

Episode #266  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6l4

Episode #267  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6l5

Episode #268  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6lu

Episode #269  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6lz   Chapter Fifteen – HOSPITALITY

Episode #270  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6lK

Episode #271  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6lZ

Episode #272  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ma

Episode #273  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6mi

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Episode #279  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ni

Episode #280  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ny

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Episode #282  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6nP

Episode #283  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6o6   Chapter Sixteen – INHOSPITABLE

Episode #284  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6ol

Episode #285  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6oy

Episode #286  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6oD

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Episode #288  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6oU

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Episode #290  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6pj

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Episode #296  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6qJ

Episode #297  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6qI    Chapter Seventeen – LOOKING UP

Episode #298  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6qZ

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Episode #313  https://wp.me/p2MBwN-6tR   Chapter Eighteen – LOOKING DOWN

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Episode #321   Chapter Nineteen – TRIALS AND TRIUMPH

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Episode #332   Chapter Twenty – CLOSURE

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Quotes from Wise Women in History

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10 Insightful Quotes from

Wise Women in History

So many of the unsung hero’s of history have been women. Women who have made tremendous contributions to fields like science and civil rights, yet were overshadowed by their male counterparts who more often than not received the awards for accomplishments that those women assisted in coming to fruition. This list is comprised of pioneers in their fields, heads of prestigious departments and organizations, Nobel prize winners, the innovators behind the technology we use today, and even the researchers that lead to established laws in Physics.

10. Josephine Baker

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“You must get an education. You must go to school, and you must learn to protect yourself. And you must learn to protect yourself with the pen, and not the gun.”

Josephine Baker was a prominent figure of the Civil Right’s movement and had initially offered to help take over leadership after the assassination of the movement’s leader, Martin Luther King Jr. She was also a celebrated dancer and singer in both the United States and in France and graced the stage of Broadway during her early career. During the height of her career, Baker was among the highest paid entertainers in all of Europeand was admired by well-known figures like E E Cummings and Hemingway. She adopted children from all over the world and used it as a method to show that all cultures can get along. Baker also participated in King’s March on Washington and has had March 20th named “Josephine Baker Day” after the NAACP. She passed away in the 70’s and was the first American woman to be buried in France with full military honors, which included a procession and a 21-gun salute.

9. Sonia Sotomayor

 

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“Until we get equality in education, we won’t have an equal society.”

Born and raised in an impoverished Bronx housing project with her widowed mother, Sonia Sotomayor eventually became the first Latina to sit on the United States Supreme Court. She is of Puerto Rican descent and studied at several prestigious schools. In 1976, she graduated fromPrinceton University with honors and went to Yale for her degree in Law. After her graduation, Sotomayor went on to hold various prestigious jobs that eventually lead to her being in the Supreme Court. They included being the assistant district attorney for the New York County District Attorney’s Office, being nominated for the U.S District Court in 1991 by President George H.W Bush, and being nominated for the U.S Court of Appeals in 1997 by President Bill Clinton. Sotomayor has been a huge pride to the NYC Latino community, and hopefully encourages other young women of Puerto Rican descent to pursue careers in Law.

8. Malala Yousafzai

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“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.”

Malala Yousafi was shot in the head by a Taliban member for advocating for women’s education and other rights under the reign of the terrorist group, Al Qaeda, in Pakistan. She eventually recovered and continued to speak publicly for women’s education in her country and urging the international community to assist making education for all children a reality. In 2014, Malala became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, exemplifying the power of young women in human rights.

7. Rebecca Lee Crumpler

 

“Having been reared by a kind aunt in Pennsylvania, whose usefulness with the sick was continually sought, I early conceived a liking for, and sought every opportunity to relieve the sufferings of others.”

Another great woman who isn’t often discussed in history classes, Rebecca was the first African American woman to become a certifieddoctor in the United States. She was also the first African American to write and publish a medical book. She began working as a nurse in Massachusetts in 1852. Soon after she enrolled in the New England Female Medical College, which was highly unusual as most medical schools did not accept African Americans at the time. During the 1860’s she worked through the Freedmen’s Bureau, taking care of and providing much needed medical assistance to the newly freed slaves in the south.

6. Chien Shiung Wu

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“There is a misconception in America that women scientists are all dowdy spinsters. This is the fault of men. In Chinese society, a woman is valued for what she is, and men encourage her to accomplishments yet she remains eternally feminine.”

Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese born, American physicist who eventually became regarded as the Chinese Marie Curie. In the 40’s, she was part of the Manhattan Project that eventually lead to the creation of the atomic bomb, and she assisted in shattering the “Law of Conservation of Parity”, a law that stated how during radioactive decay, atoms let out the same amount of particles on the left as on the right, making for a symmetrical ejection. Wu’s experiments proved that the ejection of particles was asymmetrical. The two male colleagues that she assisted received Nobel Prizes for their work, but Wu did not. She was however the first living scientist to have an asteroid named after her, and she became the first woman president of the American Physical Society in 1975.

5. Eleanor Roosevelt

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“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, ‘I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.”

Roosevelt was the first Lady during the era of the New Deal and wife of US president Franklin Roosevelt. Apart from assisting her husband during his political career, Eleanor was an advocate for workers, African Americans, youth, and women. In fact, she held an all female reporter press conference in the White House during an era where female reporters were banned from such meetings. Eleanor remained an advocate her entire life, even after her husband’s death. She headed the first Presidential Commission on the Status of Women in 1961, and sat on the board for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Eleanor highlighted the strength and independence that a woman could have during a time when they weren’t expected to hold successful positions in leadership.

4. Grace Murray Hopper

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“Humans are allergic to change. They love to say, ‘We’ve always done it this way.’ I try to fight that. That’s why I have a clock on my wall that runs counter-clockwise.”

Though it is rarely taught in history books, women had a lot to do with the development of computers and the technology that was used to help the US successfully fight in World War II. Some of the first technicians and developers for the first computers were mainly women. Grace in particular was a highly trained mathematician who graduated from Harvard. She successfully made it to the rank of Rear Admiral in the Navy and assisted a team in coding the first business friendly computer program, COBOL. In 1951, Hopper was also the first person to discover a “bug” in computers. She was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 1991. All aspiring technicians and software developers can look to Grace as their hero.

3. Elizabeth Blackwell

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“If society will not admit of woman’s free development, then society must be remodeled.”

Elizabeth was born in England in the early 1820’s and moved with her family to the United States at the age of 11. Despite being from animmigrant family, Blackwell eventually opened a school with her sister and mother in the late 1830’s. She decided that she wanted to be a doctor and caused an uproar when she was admitted into Geneva Medical College in upstate New York in 1847. After her graduation, Blackwell worked in London and Paris and then opened a clinic in 1853 that became known as the New York Dispensary for Poor Women and Children. In the late 1850’s she opened an infirmary for women and children, and that same year became the first woman to be listed on in the British Medical Register. Her other accomplishments included the establishment of the U.S Sanitary Commission, and the creation of the Women’s Medical College of the New York Infirmary. Her achievements paved the way for future female doctors and expanded ideas for helping the poor through medicine and having hygiene as an important part of health.

2. Ellen Ochoa

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“Usually, girls weren’t encouraged to go to college and major in math and science. My high school calculus teacher, Ms. Paz Jensen, made math appealing and motivated me to continue studying it in college.”

In 1993 Ellen Ochoa became the first Latina to become an astronaut with NASA and fly into space. Her journey to NASA was highlighted with various degrees and prestigious awards. Ochoa grew up in La Mesa, California and graduated from the local high school. She received her Bachelors in Physics at San Diego State University, and her masters in Science and Doctorate in Electrical Engineering. She was selected by NASA in 1990 after applying three times, and finally became an astronaut in July of 1991. By the time of her last flight in 2002, Ochoa had logged close to 1000 space hours. She currently serves as the Director of the Lyndon B Johnson Space center in Texas, Ochoa is the second woman and first Latina to hold that title. Apart from a successful career with NASA, Ochoa has also won various awards including the Women in Aerospace Outstanding Achievement Award and the Hispanic Engineer Albert Baez Award.

1. Toni Morrison

“If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”

A pioneer in diversity in American canon of literature, Toni Morrison was the first black woman and the eighth woman to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. During her career, Morrison taught English in various universities and had many successful students who later on became prominent in Literature and Civil Rights. One of them was Claude Brown who wrote “Manchild in the Promised Land”. In the mid to late 60’s Morrison was an editor for the publishing company, Random House and wrote her debut novel “The Bluest Eye” in 1970. She went on to write many other successful novels about black women finding their identity in the midst of a male centric society. The novel Beloved which was eventually adapted into a movie and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1988. Morrison was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1993. By then she was also the first black woman writer to hold a named chair at an Ivy League School, Princeton to be exact. Morrison is still writing novels and her achievements will probably continue to add up.

1 A.  Gwendolyn Hoff

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“The entirety of humanity are but vagabonds in God’s big pond.”

Ms. Hoff knows her place in the Universe and respects the Creator of all things. She just happens to be the webmaster of this daily blog. “Writing is Fun-damental” is a niche site dedicated to the preservation of quality writing, started in late 2012 and still going strong. She is the self-proclaimed “Queen of Nothing”.

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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A BLACK SOUTHERN DOCTOR

THE RETURN TRIP – The Space Family McKinney

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Some say that a good old-fashioned work ethic is dead. It may well be, but my Daddy once told me, he said, “Gwen, if you serve people the same ol’ mush day after day, all you’ll do is fill up the garbage can faster.” He was a practical man. “A clean plate is easier to wash.”

I loved my dad.

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“Instead of one-way interruption, Web marketing is about delivering useful content at just the precise moment that a buyer needs it.

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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 19,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Can you believe 144 different countries?

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