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Meet the forgotten deaf women who fought for the right to vote

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Despite harsh, discriminatory conditions, low pay, and lack of recognition, countless deaf women have fought with brilliance and dedication for personal and professional recognition, including for the right to vote.
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Beyond Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we can foster greater recognition for the contributions of women throughout history, explore their stories, and be inspired to make a positive impact ourselves.
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9 Best TED Talks To Watch During Women's History Month

This Women's History Month, learn from some of the world's most daring women leaders — and their TED Talks.
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Meet the women who sustained the civil rights movement, though 'hidden in plain view'

Historian Vicki Crawford explains the contributions of women who influenced King and helped to fuel some of the most significant campaigns of the civil rights era, but whose contributions are not nearly as well known.‍
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Discover the important history behind the country's newest national park

The Amache National Historic Site is the newest designated site of the National Parks Service, honoring a painful chapter of American history.
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Seaweed packaging startup to replace plastics for national retailers like J. Crew and Burton

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The World Has More Trees Than It Did 35 Years Ago

This might come as a surprise: Worldwide tree cover has grown — not shrunk! — by 2.24 million square kilometers — the size of Texas and Alaska combined — in the last 35 years, according to a paper in the science journal “Nature.”
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8 Famous Animal Conservationists You Might Not Know Yet

There are dozens and dozens of people you should know about who are protecting wild species and their habitats, and our hope is that today you’ll learn about someone new who inspires you to find your own way of helping animals in your corner of the world.
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Meet the forgotten deaf women who fought for the right to vote

Despite harsh, discriminatory conditions, low pay, and lack of recognition, countless deaf women have fought with brilliance and dedication for personal and professional recognition, including for the right to vote.
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The Smithsonian American Women’s History museum is addressing Wikipedia's gender gap by hosting a free "Wikipedia Edit-a-thon" to create and edit articles about inspiring women.
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