Ten of the most important women in U.S. history

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Bob''s blog entries America''s Women: 400 Years of Dolls [comma] Drudges [comma] Helpmates [comma] and Heroines Daisy Bates (1914-1999) Dr. Mae Jemison (1955- ) Gail Collins Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000) Harriet Tubman (1822-1913) Ida B. However different these ten women may be in most respects, all of them share this in common: They had or continue to have a great impact on the quality of life and the standard of living for everyone in the United States.

5 Leadership Lessons And Quotes From Black History Month

Joseph Lalonde

Dr. Mae Jemison. Celebrating the contributions of African Americans in the United States of America Black History Month, or African-American History Month, is celebrated every February. During Black History Month, people remember the important people and events in the lives of African-Americans. Being that it is Black History Month, I wanted to take a look at a few African-Americans who have changed the course of history. Leadership Lessons From Black History Month. Be An Advocate.

Research: 83% of Executives Say They Encourage Curiosity. Just 52% of Employees Agree.

Harvard Business

For example, Mae Jemison, the first African American female astronaut, noted that she was constantly curious as a child. Danas Jurgelevicius/Getty Images. Curiosity is experiencing a “Gold Rush” moment. Books, university classes, and research are popularizing the power of curiosity. Not surprisingly, organizations are increasingly, explicitly looking for curious employees.