Celebrity Women's History Month

Chung, Jennifer
March 2005
Gay & Lesbian Times;3/17/2005, Issue 899, p45
Celebrates the contributions and accomplishments of American women. Acceptance of the society on women's participation in the decision making process and leadership roles in many aspects of daily living; Opportunities of women and their struggle for true gender equality on the career ladder; Designation of a particular month of the year to celebrate the Women's History Month.


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