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Orviss health 4 celebrating women

  1. 1. Celebrating Women EVERYDAY
  2. 2. We Can Do It!During wartime women replaced men in the workplace
  3. 3. Mary Louise White Cloud Rhodd –Modern day version of tribal garments
  4. 4. Aly Raisman won ‘Gold’ in the floor routine and a ‘Bronze’ on the beam 2012 U.S. Summer Olympics
  5. 5. Virginia DavisNaval Air Base – Corpus Christi, TX
  6. 6. Mrs. William Woodmanaged a 100 acre farm with little male assistance Coloma, Michigan, 1942
  7. 7. Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C., 8/28/1963, Young female participants
  8. 8. Healthy Pregnancies
  9. 9. Queen LatifahGrammy Award winning singer/songwriter
  10. 10. Gabby Douglaswon the Individual All Around Competition 2012 Summer Olympics
  11. 11. Fierce Fivewin team Gold 2012 Summer Olympics
  12. 12. Lance Corporal Felicia A. Lynch (1971)
  13. 13. Amelia Mary Earhart1st aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
  14. 14. Serena Williams won @ Wimbeldon then Gold in theindividual competition and in doubles with sister Serena 2012 Summer Olympics
  15. 15. Girls operate Stock Boards@ the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, N.Y.
  16. 16. Victory Waits on Your Fingers –Keep ‘Em Flying, Miss USA (1941-42)
  17. 17. Missy Franklin sets 2 world records and she and teammate Allison Schmitt both swim to 5 Gold medals 2012 Summer Olympics
  18. 18. Betsy RossMaking the first U.S. flag, 1776
  19. 19. 4-H Club members with Dairy Products Chart
  20. 20. Mary Jane McLeod Bethune, Educator and Civil Rights Leader
  21. 21. Sandra Day O’Connor sworn in as the firstwoman appointed to the US Supreme Court, 9/25/81
  22. 22. Dana Vollmer sets a world record and she Rebecca Soni both win 3 Gold medals 2012 Summer Olympics
  23. 23. Elizabeth L. GardnerRockford, Illinois, Women’s Air Force Service Pilot (1930-75)
  24. 24. Women Protest Around the World
  25. 25. Dorothea Dix, Social Reformer
  26. 26. Anna Freud (daughter of Sigmund Freud)Founder, Psychoanalytic Child Psychology
  27. 27. A l yson Fel i x lwins 3 Gold medals 2012 Summer Olympics
  28. 28. Gloria Marie Steinem – Feminist & Activist
  29. 29. Sarah Grimké (1792-1873) Angelina Grimké Weld (1805-1879)Abolitionist against slavery, racism and sexism mid 19th century
  30. 30. Love
  31. 31. Sonya Richards-Rosswins Gold and Bronze medals 2012 Summer Olympics
  32. 32. Women working @ Bell SystemTelephone Switchboard c. 1943
  33. 33. Hattie McDaniel –1st African American to achieve an Academy Award Best Supporting Actress, Gone With The Wind
  34. 34. Quvenzhané WallisYoungest Oscar winner for Best Actress Beasts of the Southern Wild
  35. 35. Meryl Streep –Achieved the most Academy Awards
  36. 36. U.S. women win 4x100 relay Gold 2012 Summer Olympics
  37. 37. Friendship
  38. 38. NaNcy Patricia D’ Alesandro Pelosi, 1st Female Speaker of the House
  39. 39. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton US Secretary of State
  40. 40. Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama – First Lady 2009 - present
  41. 41. Ann Eleanor Roosevelt - First Lady 1933-1945
  42. 42. U.S. women set a world record in the 4x100 relay and win Gold 2012 Summer Olympics
  43. 43. Dr. Angela Davis –Political Activist, Scholar, and Author
  44. 44. 2012 Summer Olympics U.S. Women’s Basketballwin 5th straight Gold and have only lost one game in 30 years
  45. 45. Motherhood
  46. 46. Betty Ford –First Lady 1974 - 1977
  47. 47. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Revelations
  48. 48. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis – First Lady 1961 - 1963
  49. 49. Misty May-Treanor and Kerri WalshAce their way to 3 Gold medals 2012 Summer Olympics
  50. 50. Pamela Suzette Grier Foxy Brown
  51. 51. 2012 Summer Olympics U.S. women’s soccer win Gold over Japan
  52. 52. Dwana Adiaha SmallwoodAlvin Ailey American Dance Theatre - Cry
  53. 53. Judith JamisonAlvin Ailey American Dance Theatre
  54. 54. Women’s Revolution
  55. 55. Emma WatsonHighest grossing female actress of all time.Harry Potter films have grossed $5.4 billion
  56. 56. Vanessa Mae, Violinist
  57. 57. Maria MitchellDiscovered Miss Mitchell’s Comet
  58. 58. Elizabeth ‘Bessie’ Coleman 1st African American female pilot &1st African American to hold an international pilots license
  59. 59. Angela Evelyn BassettAmerican Actress known for her biological film roles portraying real life women
  60. 60. Oprah WinfreyAmerican media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer and philanthropist
  61. 61. Jessica LangeAmerican Actress, has received two Oscars, two Emmy’s, five Golden Globes and one SAG Award

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