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DelBene: The Fight for Women’s Equality Is Not Over

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Congresswoman Suzan DelBene visited Ada Developers Academy, a training program for women who want to become software developers. ...
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National Institute of Nursing Research Commemorates 30th Anniversary with Symposium

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National Institute of Nursing Research will begin a year-long observation of its first 30 years at National Institutes of Health with scientific symposium. ...
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Gender Wage Gap Wider in Washington Than Most States

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Women in Washington earn less than 78 cents per dollar a man earns. At the current rate of progress, it would take until at least 2071 to reach pay parity. ...
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Sen. Lara Wants a Sally Ride Statue in the U.S. Capitol

California Senator Ricardo Lara Wants a Sally Ride Statue in the U.S. Capitol
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Sally Ride made history on June 18, 1983 when she became the first American woman and the youngest astronaut in space aboard the space shuttle Challenger. ...
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U.S. Navy Christens Ship After Astronaut Sally Ride

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Sally Ride was not only the first woman in space, but the youngest American in space as well. After her death, she was known as the first lesbian astronaut. ...
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