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Wagner’s Granddaughters Take Over; Transition Network Empowers Next Phase; NASA’s Heidi Hammel Explains It All to You

By Womens Voices for Change
Rise of the Valkyries: A musical palace coup has arisen in Bayreuth, Germany. In a victory for those of us who hate the fact that the words “Wagner” and “women” together are usually accompanied by an image of a buxom lady in low-cut chain mail, international Wagner fans will see their most important festival run by women for the foreseeable…
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Commander Peggy Whitson Returns to Earth

By Womens Voices for Change
Here’s a story that will make any hassle you face this weekend seem just a little less serious. NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, 48, the first female commander of the international space station, has spent the last six months in space. She and her two crew members were due to land back on earth early Saturday morning. And they did. But…
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