June 2006
Jet;6/26/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 25, p39
This caption accompanies a photograph of performer Queen Latifah giving a speech at the launch of U.S. National Women's Confidence Day. The goal of the holiday is to raise awareness and celebrate the impact that confidence has on both the professional and personal lives of women across the United States. The holiday will be held annually on the first Wednesday of June.


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