History has not been very kind to women So many have been overlooked and forgotten.
Let's change that and give honor to women we believe deserve it. You can put a woman's name on this page. Click here now to Honor a Woman
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Amdanda Weitzel 1897 - 1995 Independent & Generous
Eleanor Rae Women, Earth, Divine
Elizabeth Goudge 1900 - 1984 - author, generous woman
Emmy Noether Mathematician noted for work in algebra and theoretical physics making substantial contributions to both fields. Submitted by: Stephen Williams
Jane Czyselska, editor of Diva
Joyce Mitchell Cook Ph.d. First African American woman to earn a Ph.d. in Philosophy.
Kate Lindemann because she is a woman of vision, a mentor and practices philosophy
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Lillian Kaiser Generous, courageous, owner of Chimney Sweep Books.
Martha Karua She ran for presidential elections in 2013. She has been a voice for women in Kenya and I am inspired by her passion for people.
Mildred Ella "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias - Multi Sport Olympic Athlete.
Dr. Ranju Agarwal She is a beautiful guide to any person who has lost his way in the middle of his life.
Sarmiza Bilcescu 1867 - 1935. Romanian lawyer. First women in Faculty of Law, Paris, France, first PHD Law in Sorbonna, first women lawyer in Europe.
Shirley Chisholm - Author, Educator, Politician
Stella Trahair - who gave the young people of Penzance , Cornwall pride in themselves and a sense of purpose in their lives
SUZY KASSEM revolutionary thinker, poet, and visionary
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Mrs Theresa Ejiofor Okwudiri. She is the best of all mothers, one in a thousand. Without her, where would I have been? She is the best educator.
Do you have a relative, friend, colleague or know of a community activist who should be on this list? You can give honor to a woman today. Go to Honored Women Submissin Page