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2403 Stories Collected, 17,597 More By 2020

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Margaret Garner

"The interest is not the fact of slavery, the...

Anna Julia Cooper

Anna Julia Cooper born in 1858, was an...

Nina Mae Mckinney

Nina Mae McKinney was called the first black...

Gladys Bentley

Gladys Bentley was Harlem's most famous LGBTQ...

Marianne Williamson

“Our deepest fear is not that we are...

Stephanie Cantos

Stephanie Cantos is an assistant engineer at Turner Construction Company since January 2018. She is an undergraduate from Carnegie Mellon University and has a OSHA-10 certificate. She is a proud Ecuadorian-Latina engineer. Her journey was not easy however, despite all obstacles she graduated and found an amazing job. In a male-dominated field...

Rosa Elena Tránsito Amaguaña Alba

TRÁNSITO AMAGUAÑA is still remembered and...

Blanca Parra

Blanca Parra is an Ecuadorian woman who came to the United States in search of "The American Dream." When she first arrived in the U.S.A she started working as a construction worker being one of the few women in the work place. Being in a male dominated field made her strong, assertive, and proud of all she had accomplished. She then met her...

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