Benazir Bhutto 1953 - 2007 - política: Líder do Partido Popular de Paquistão (1953-2007), foi a primeira mulher que ocupou o cargo de premiê de um país muçulmano. Dirigiu o Paquistão em duas ocasiões. Foi assassinada em plena campanha política.
50 women who changed the world
50 Women Who Changed The World | Stylist Magazine Benazir Bhutto, 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan, advocate of democracy and woman's rights.
6 year old Ruby Bridges was the first black child in the south to attend a white school after the forced integration following the landmark ruling of Brown Vs. The Board of Education. A willing participant in her mother's decision that she would go and endure what was to be sure a very tough road in the name of helping forge the path of the civil rights movement, Ruby faced death threats and intense bullying with courage and grace.
Older Audrey Hepburn…
"and history remembers her as pretty" Ahhh....Yes history might, "remember her as pretty" but we admire her because she demonstrates that true beauty comes from within and she never missed an opportunity to show hers.
total SHERO - Kenyan environmental & political activist, Dr. Wangari Maathai. founder of the Green Belt Movement, an environmental non-governmental organization focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, & women's rights & winner of the 2004 Nobel Prize for Peace in recognition of her contributions to human rights & democracy.
The first Afghan female pilot
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Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.
Katherine Switzer defying societal odds. In 1967 a race official tried to remove Katherine Switzer from the Boston Marathon only to be pushed aside by marathon runners. Women were considered "too fragile" for the marathon at the time and were prohibited from running. Switzer completed the race.
Edna Lewis (b.1916 - d.2006) was an African-American chef and author best known for her books on traditional Southern cuisine. She was one of eight children. Her cookbooks include The Edna Lewis Cookbook (1972). This was followed by The Taste of Country Cooking in 1976, considered a classic study of Southern cooking. She co-founded the Society for the Revival and Preservation of Southern Food, a precursor to the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA). She died in Decatur, Georgia in 2006, aged 89.