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Women’s History Month: Amanda Gorman

Amanda Gorman’s Climbing Hills: An Inspiration to All Amanda Gorman was initially thrust into the spotlight when she made her debut in 2021 as the youngest poet in history to speak at a presidential inauguration. She was only twenty-two years old. With her red headband and bright yellow blazer, people all across America leaned in… Continue reading Women’s History Month: Amanda Gorman

Women's History

Women’s History Month: 4 Activities for The Diary of Anne Frank

Women’s History Month, coming up in March, is a wonderful time to honor women who have made monumental contributions to this world, whether through math, science, social justice, or through the written word. Anne Frank did just that through her diary.  The Diary of Anne Frank is one of the most haunting books I have… Continue reading Women’s History Month: 4 Activities for The Diary of Anne Frank

Women's History

Women’s History Month: 4 Activities for I Am Malala 

Strength, Courage, Perseverance, and Grit. These are just a few traits that describe the women that blazed a tremendous trail through history. Women’s History Month is in March, and it is a time to honor females from past and present who have made an iconic impact.  Women’s History Month: I Am Malala For a couple… Continue reading Women’s History Month: 4 Activities for I Am Malala