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  • Maya Angelou

    Acclaimed poet, dancer, singer, activist, and scholar; Maya Angelou is a world-famous author with a singular voice. She is best known for her unique and pioneering autobiographical writing style. Her most famous work is ' I know why the Caged Bird Sings', an autobiography about her childhood. Maya Angelou inspires us with the beauty of the word and the resilience of her soul.

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  • Diana Vreeland

    Diana Vreeland has passed into the realm of cultural icons.
    A legend at both Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. She found her greatest calling at 69, as the driving force of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute. She refused the norm and didn't let anything stand in her way. She made it acceptable for women to be unique, extraordinary and ambitious.

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  • Colette

    Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette is known always just as “Colette”. She was a writer nominated for the Nobel Price and performer and a woman who attracted controversy, a figure who loved and lived life to its fullest. Colette died in Paris on the 3rd August, 1954. She was the first woman to be given a state funeral

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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Ruth Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice and co-founder of the Women's Rights Project at the ACLU. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a historic figure. She changed the way the world is for American women, she led the fight in the courts for gender equality. She juggled motherhood and caring for her cancer-stricken husband while still in law school. As a Supreme Court Justice, she was a role model for what every young girl and every adult woman is capable of achieving.

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  • Nina Simone

    Legendary performer Nina Simone sang a mix of jazz, blues and folk music in the 1950s and '60s. A staunch Civil Rights activist, she was known for tunes like "Mississippi Goddam," "Young, Gifted and Black" and "Four Women." Nina Simone studied classical piano at the Juilliard School in New York City. Simone left a lasting impression on the world of music, art and activism. She sang to share her truth, and her work still resonates with great emotion and power.

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  • Judy Garland

    One of the brightest stars of Hollywood's Golden Era, Judy Garland was a much-loved character whose warmth and spirit, along with her rich and exuberant voice, kept and keeps audiences entertained and enthralled. In 1939, Judy shot to stardom with The Wizard of Oz, in which she portrayed Dorothy.

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  • Josephine Baker

    Josephine Baker was an American born French dancer and singer who symbolized the beauty and vitality of Black American culture, which took Paris by storm in the 1920s. She went on to become one of the most popular entertainers in France.

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  • Georgia O'Keeffe

    Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century, renowned for her contribution to modern art. O’Keeffe is recognized as one of America’s most important and successful artists, known for her paintings of flowers and her New Mexico inspired landscapes and skulls against dark desert skies.

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  • Emmeline Pankhurst

    Militant champion of woman suffrage, whose 40-year campaign achieved complete success in the year of her death, when British women obtained the right to vote.

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