MARCH 15: TODAY’S INSPIRING WOMEN

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HARRIET E. WILSON

Harriet E. Wilson, one of the first female African-American novelists, was born today in 1825. Her novel Our Nig, or Sketches from the Life of a Free Black was published anonymously in 1859 in Boston.


MARION CUTHBERT

Marion Cuthbert, who helped found the National Association of College Women to fight discrimination in higher education, was born today in 1896. She was secretary of the National Board of YWCA and member of NAACP and numerous peace and human rights boards.


RUTH BADER GINSBURG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female U.S. Supreme Court Justice, was born today in 1933.


EVA LONGORIA

Eva Longoria, a popular actress known for her role in the Desperate Housewives and numerous films, was born today in 1975. Her philanthropic work with PADRES Contra el Cancer has also helped millions of families affected by the illness. Longoria is a huge political activist championing equal pay and diversity in Hollywood among other causes.

 

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