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Molly Fisk: On Not Becoming A Ballerina

By Molly Fisk
I did not turn out to be a ballerina. I'm also not a mother, and lately, now my friends' kids are having babies, I'm aware I'm not a grandmother, either. This doesn't really bother me . . . much. But it opens the door to the question, “Well what the heck am I, then?”
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A Woman Who Made a Difference: Illinois State Sen. Evelyn Bowles

By Carla Baranauckas
By Carla Baranauckas

Evelyn Bowles' accomplishments are many: being a teacher, serving in the U.S. Coast Guard Women’s Reserve, serving five terms as Madison County clerk and two terms in the Illinois State Senate. But her interactions with individuals — sharing her intelligence, her patience, her kindness and her optimism — are what may be her true legacy.

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Gender Pay Gap: Why the Problem Persists

By Women's Voices For Change
In January, the White House proposed a new federal rule that would require companies with more than 100 employees to report salary data broken down by gender, race, and ethnicity. The collection of data would certainly shed light on the issue of pay equity, but it is surprising that this kind of data had not been collected in the past.
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Sandy Wilbur, a Woman Who Is Making a Difference

By Deborah Harkins
By Deborah Harkins

"I realized that our kids (our future leaders) must learn the basics and founding principles of our democratic way of life so that they can be engaged at an early age and be lifelong participants. That is where ‘Learning History Through Music’ came from—my passionate belief that ALL citizens—We the People—need to be engaged in the process for democracy to survive.”

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