March is Women’s History Month.
If you could sit down and have a conversation with any female figure, past or present, who would it be and why?
“Susan B. Anthony, just to get that one-on-one connection time to dig down and get to the heart of those issues she really stood for.”
“Hilary Clinton and I’m not a democrat and I don’t really like Hilary Clinton. I just think she has been in a position of power for so long that she would know so many important things.”
“Jeanette Epps because she’s the first black woman to go to the [International] Space Station. I’d want to chat with her to see what obstacles she faced and where she found her strength to persevere.”
“Michelle Obama. I think she is a really great representation of the modern American woman … I would ask her what drives her as a human being. I would like to know more about her personal struggles being a career woman and caring for her family, and also about being the first black woman in the White House.”
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