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The Women Writing their own Futures: Chai’s Story
Write Her Future Institute, Chai Cherng Pon
These are the words of Chai Cherng Pon:
I am Chai Cherng Pon from Malaysia. I have been living in United States two years. I was a high school teacher back home. I had quit my career…

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The Women Writing their own Futures: Mary’s Story
Write Her Future Institute, Mary Gonzalez
These are the words of Mary Gonzalez:
My name is Mary Gonzalez. I have been living in Glen Cove for more than fifteen years. I am a hairdresser and I enjoy…

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How Women’s Suffrage Impacted Education
Posted by Jessica Gilmour on August 25, 2020 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryWomen's EmpowermentcategoryNewscategoryAdvocacy

August 18, 2020 marked the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, forever protecting women’s right to vote. This event led to a number of positive changes that have impacted the United States beyond granting electoral power.


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The Sky is the Limit for 67 Year Old College Graduate

Ms. Jules, a 67-year-old UC Berkeley graduate, proves that there is no age limit for education. With hard work and dedication, this great-grandmother accomplished what she used to dream of—a college degree.


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A Special Message to Adult Literacy Volunteers from ProLiteracy’s Co-Founder, Ruth Colvin
Posted by Jessica Gilmour on May 05, 2020 in categoryWomen's EmpowermentcategoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips

Ruth Colvin, founder of Literacy Volunteers of America and co-founder of ProLiteracy shares some encouraging words.


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