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    Women and The Vote

    By Wednesday, we should have a good idea of the gains women made in the history of American politics – it’s the day after the 2018 mid-term elections. Some of us recall when 1992 was termed “The Year of the Woman” during election season, as more women were elected to Congress than ever before. This […]

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    Women at Ground Zero: Honoring the Women Heroes of 9/11, A Reflection

    Twelve years ago today (September 11, 2006), Chrysalis marked the 5th anniversary of one of the most horrific days our country had experienced: 9/11. For any American, these numbers bring back devastating sights and sounds we experienced when nearly 3,000 people died during terrorist attacks at the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, U.S. […]

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    Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

    Several significant events are approaching, including the commemoration of the birthday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. and the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump.  The news will certainly erupt with countless  stories of these events and related activities.   Bu don’t forget in the context of these […]

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    Thank a Veteran

    Veterans Day is Tuesday, November 11, a day to mark the remarkable service of America’s military women and men, whose distinguished service and sacrifice for our freedom has been priceless. History tells us that in November 1919, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed …

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