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Mary Francis Hill Coley: Midwife Activist

Known for her progressive views on childbirth, Mary Francis Hill Coley was an influential midwife in American history. Coley, known as Miss Mary, was an African American woman with almost no formal education, but she successfully helped deliver more than 3,000 babies over 30 years. This Black History Month, let’s…

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Agnes Zhelesnik : America’s Oldest Working Teacher

Education is important for building a more Mindful world; thus, teaching is one of our noblest professions. Teachers help shape our future by enlightening the minds of our children. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are more than 3.7 million working elementary and secondary school teachers in…

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Robyn Rosenberger: Empowering Child Superheroes

Today, millions of American children are thriving with serious medical conditions. They’re our superheroes. And fortunately, there is a woman in Seattle named Robyn Rosenberger who is committed to making capes for these young superheroes. When Robyn Rosenberger started sewing capes she made them for her son, nephew, and dog.…

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Vanis Buckholz: Youngster Eco-Activist

Americans have thrown away 161 million tons of materials in one year. Fortunately, young entrepreneurs like 10-year-old Vanis Buckholz are trying to change that. Vanis Buckholz is from Corona del Mar, California, a state with impressive recycling statistics. According to the California Department of Resources, Recycling, and Recovery, nearly 22…

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