Changes Women Made. Do you Know These Women?
Bigmama60 on 01/13/2008
|The gender factor has been discussed since antiquity, has it been an indisputable sign of progress? The convex, "glass ceiling" (the invisible barriers) that women and minorities face as they move up the corporate hierarchy as popularized by a 1986 Wall Street Journal article, is a demonstration of the leadership ability of women. Breaking barriers, sometimes obscure or very visible, are a part of women’s history, which I’m sure you can recall. |
Progressive instincts have been incentives to stimulate causes for a civil society and the hopes of humanity. Some of these women will be representations of women viewed as either icons or demons, biblical, maybe even mythological.
I hope you recognize these ladies of distinction. Two pictures in the picture box are Frederick Douglas and Victoria Woodhull, who ran for the U.S. Presidency in 1872, on the same ticket.
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Thank wikepedia and pocanticohills.org/womenenc/womenenc.htm for the facts.
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