Mary Lee

As Interviewed by Veronica Ruth
"A woman has to do, and be, and act, the way her husband wants her. He is her ruler."
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Michelle Richardson

As Interviewed by Chris S.
"Sometimes when working with indigenous people in the country they are not used to seeing a women be in charge, give a presentation, or write a book, so itís kind of hard for them to believe and actually listen to you and give you credit for it."
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Susan Driver

As interviewed by Charlie Riley
"Sports build self-confidence, they make you realize that if you work hard you can achieve things that you didn't think you could and therefore develop self-confidence in sports , you can apply it in your work."
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Murhula Zigabe

As Interviewed by Jackson Eckel
"It is my way of giving them support, it is my way of being close to them when they are suffering."
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Jinna MacLaurin

As Interviewed By: Mira MacLaurin
"Being aware that I was being paid less and putting up with sexual harassment at the same time did affect me. "
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Ms. L

As Interviewed By: Bob L.
"We were talked down to and assigned tasks the men didn't really want to do."
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Walter

As Interviewed by Emily S.
"Women were saying; Look, we want that promotion to commander. And weíre guaranteed it by congress. So, you have to train us and take us out on ship."
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Amanda Corbett

As interviewed by Chance Reeve
"When you look at where we were at fifty years ago against now, itís come very very far, and I think thatíll probably continue as our culture starts to expect different things and different ways, like women being leaders in companies or things like that, that weíll get there...But we're not there yet. "
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Scherry Johnson

As Interviewed by Jimmy Walker
"It's all about fairness, whats fair. It didn't seem fair to me that just because your female you couldn't do thing that men were encouraged to do."
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R.S. Interviewing Rala Stone on women rights

"There were young people, old people, people of different races, and they had all come . . ."
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Hillary C.

As interviewed by Ireland C.
"This was just how they were going to treat women, by exclusion and joking. "
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Afifa Nizami

As Interviewed by Jules H.
"I just felt like there was no equality between guys and girls. There was no justice."
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Janet B. Booher

As interviewed by Luke L.
"I was not a wilting flower, I was the kind of person who would stand up for myself."
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Sue Mejia

As Interviewed by Sydney K.
"I wanted everybody to be equal or go as far as their brains could take them. "
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Jyotsna Swaroop Naik

As Interviewed By: Ambika Chauhan
"The society is made up of a man and a woman like two pillars, and if you are rolling out these types of injustices to girls, it is bound to affect the social fabric."
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John P. & Vernelle P.

As Interviewed by Ella Stapleton
"Social injustice is not just based on race; it is also based on gender, age, religion or any type of difference that the majority does not have."
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Paula McDermott

As Interviewed by Bela McScoggin
"We weren't trying to change the whole system but to support an alternative one."
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Sai Aduru

As Interviewed by Vishwa Aduru
"A few decades ago women were only good for housework."
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Hyou Jung Youk

Jaewon Hong
"Every time I was discriminated because I was a woman, I wanted to be reborn as a man and get treated like every men did, especially because my parents wanted sons."
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Margaret DeMoss

As Interviewed by Isabella DeMoss
"It was the center of all the hatred and the marches..."
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William Kibler

As Interviewed by Will K.
"I am getting ready to watch womenís basketball on television, and there would not have even been a glimmer of any womenís sport on television back in the 1980s. "
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Sara Brand

As Interviewed by Emma Nations
"I think that it was just harder -- I had to prove myself more; I had to get better grades. To get the same opportunities, I had to fight for things just because of an unconscious bias that was there."
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Beryl Knifton

As Interviewed by Sophie K.
"I think wherever thereís a case where two people want to live together, take care of each other, and support each other, I donít see how that could be bad for anyone."
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Tommie Graham

As Interviewed by William Thompson
"Stand up for what you believe in, don't take guff from anybody. It's like, if you know you can do the job, and you've proven you can do the job, then you just keep doing your job, and don't let anybody get in your way, which is not easy to do all of the time."
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Millie Clark

As Interviewed by Arden Floyd
"I think that this choice is just between a woman and her doctor. Because, I feel that if we start taking those choices away, what other freedoms will we lose?"
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Joan R. Baskin

As Interviewed by B. Baskin
"We had the best education you could ever find anywhere in the public schools of Texas. And this changed when women could be doctors, lawyers, and CEOs or whatever else. We now have them as presidents of major companies."
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Anne Hansen

As interviewed by Gabe Price
"Weíve made a lot of strides in increasing the number of women in science, in the life sciences in particular."
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