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Wednesday 5: Powerful Women and their Magazine Covers, Patti Smith, More

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday 5: magazine covers that got it right when depicting powerful women; how presidents talk about women in SOTU speeches; an in-depth interview with Patti Smith; an online site that connects neighbor with neighbor—even in New York City; and a young girl in Afghanistan uses boxing as an avenue to freedom.
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WOMANPOWER 2013

By Women's Voices For Change
It is our mission—and pleasure—to celebrate women who are flourishing in the second half of life. For a start-of-the-year dose of inspiration, we offer WVFC’s 2013 profiles of women who impress us—“Women Who’ve Made a Difference.”
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The Wednesday 5: The Wellspring of Black Quotations, HIV+ Women Speak Out, and Janet Yellen = Overqualified?

By Women's Voices For Change
This week, we loved some extra tips on finishing your degree after 40; boned up on the historic appointment of a woman to lead the Federal Reserve; cheered the truths that American women with HIV are telling in order to achieve gender equity; and savored the two generations of remarkable women who've been enlightening us with collections of Black quotations.
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Janet Yellen: The Woman for the Job

By Women's Voices For Change
Celebrations of Janet Yellen's nomination to be chairman of the Federal reserve Bank are well deserved, not only because of Yellen’s fitness for the job but also because the choice of a seasoned female economist to run the Fed is a great victory for the advancement of women.
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