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A woman whose words changed the world

This piece was published today in the Evanston Patch and 79 other Patch publications throughout Illinois.  Here is the link:  https://patch.com/illinois/evanston/woman-whose-words-changed-world          As the March sun rises higher in the sky, this year’s National Women’s History Month shines a light on … Continue reading

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Meeting the human need – women’s accomplishments rediscovered in March

As March is National Women’s History Month, I’d like to recognize the achievements of two women.  Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, expressed exemplary devotion to humanity as a nurse.  This is summed up in her famous … Continue reading

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A woman whose words changed the world

As the March sun rises higher in the sky, this year’s National Women’s History Month shines a light on women in public service and government.  The honorees–U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski (Maryland); former Governor Ella Grasso (Connecticut); Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, … Continue reading

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Mary Baker Eddy: Her Impact on Health

    March is National Women’s History Month.  You may have heard that.  A historical figure that I admire very much is Mary Baker Eddy.  You may have heard of her.  She is the author of Science and Health with Key … Continue reading

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