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Women’s History Brunch features our future leaders

I was so excited to attend the 5th Annual Women’s History Brunch. The lineup of speakers looked interesting and it was a chance for me to network and meet like-minded women with similar goals. I wasn’t disappointed

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I don’t know too many people that have not experienced some form of discrimination or had their rights infringed on, in the workplace or when in a position of potential employment. 9to5’s leadership series has given me more motivation and focus as I continue to seek employment in a challenging employment environment.

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Achieving My Goals Through 9to5

My goal after completing 9to5’s Community Internship is to be in a confident position on an executive level to make change while educating and leading grassroots campaigns.

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Helping My Community Through CIP

I will always stand up for people, because I truly believe every human being has the right to life, love, laughter, and the pursuit of happiness.

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When Can Black Women Stop Asking, ‘Ain’t I A Woman’?

I would like to know under what circumstances is it justifiable for a large adult male to physically assault an unarmed, teenage girl who is posing no physical threat to anyone?

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My Voice, My Power

I have a stronger sense of what I should expect from our country and how to let my voice be heard on many levels.

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