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Colorado

Did you "From 1993 to 1996, Madeleine Albright, who speaks Czech, English, French, Polish and Russian, is served as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. During this period, was one of the few women ambassadors at the United Nations, along with Claudia Fritsche (Liechtenstein) Akmaral Arystanbekova (Kazhkstan), Louise Frà © Patchett (Canada) and Annette of Iles (Trinidad and Tobago). In New York, supported the entry of Eastern Europe into NATO. In 1982 he wrote his book "Poland: The role of the press in political change.

Illinois

Did you know-A early 1930, Jane Addams became the first American woman to win a Nobel Prize in Oslo, Norway. She shared the Nobel Peace Prize to Professor Nicholas Murray Butler. Addams was an ardent supporter of women rights.

Mississippi

Did you know Mississippi is home some of the most famous women in America: Fannie Lou Townsend Hamer (black rights activist), Oprah Winfrey (talk show), Ida Bell Wells-Barnett (journalist), Leontyne Price (vocals), Sela Ward (actress).

Massachusetts

Did you know "In 1844, the United States copyright Margaret Fuller publishes Woman in the Nineteenth Century.

Pennsylvania

Did you know, Rachel Carson, known as the "Mother of the Environmental Movement", was born in Pennsylvania. For many years he worked for the U.S. government as a biologist.

New Mexico

Did you know – The State of New Mexico has a handful of famous women of the world: Linda Wertheimer (journalist), Demi Moore (actress), Nancy Lopez (athlete), Georgia O'Keeffe (artist), Kim Stanley (actress), Tristan Gale (Olympic Champion).

Iowa

Did you know – In the 1940s, President Harry Truman announced the appointment of Eugenie Moore Anderson as U.S. ambassador to USA to Denmark. She was the first woman in the United States to assume the position of ambassador. She was born on 26 May 1909, in Adair, Iowa

Georgia

Did you know-In early 1970, U.S. First Lady Rosalynn Carter traveled to Latin America to talk to Michael Manley (Jamaica leader), Carlos Andrés Pérez (president of Venezuela), Francisco Morales Bermúdez Cerruti (Peru's president) and other leaders in Latin America. During that period, was a prominent activist for democracy and human rights. Since the 1980s, has become a champion of mental health problems. Carter wrote once: "The World Health Organization estimates that mental health problems around the world produce 11.5% of the Global Burden of Disease 1998, measured in years of life lost to disability-a figure larger than required by the disease of tuberculosis, cancer or heart …." Rosalynn Carter comes from Plains, Georgia.

Hawaii

Did you know, the State of Hawaii is known for its remarkable women: Patsy Mink (politician), Irmgard Aluli (singer) Sullivan Keala O '(athlete), Liliuokalani (queen of Hawaii), Nicole Kidman (actress), Bernice Pauahi Bishop (Princess of Hawaii), Tia Carrere (actress), Yvonne Elliman (singer), and Tracie Ruiz (Olympic Champion).

Oklahoma

Did you know that "Between 1981 and 1983, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick became the first American woman to serve as United Nations ambassador. No doubt that attracted American attention when he published "Dictatorships and double standards, "an essay on the dictatorships in the Cold War. As Margaret Thatcher, leader (Britain, 1979-1990) and Mary Eugenia Charles (Prime Minister of Dominica, 1980-1995), who was not a feminist. Kirkpatrick is a native of Duncan, OK.

Connecticut

Did you know-In 1980s, Barbara McClintock, who was born in Hartford (Conn.), became the first woman to win a single Nobel Prize in Physiology.

Maine

Did you know "In 1983, Samantha Smith, of Maine, a student, arrived in Moscow for an official visit at the invitation Yuri Vladimirovich Andropov, chairman of the Soviet Union (now Russia). This girl was considered a charismatic heroine in the USSR, a flower was named in his honor.

New York

Did you – Under the direction of Walter Mondale, Geraldine Ferraro was nominated the Vice President of the United States in 1984. Ferraro is a vigorous champion of women's rights. She was born on August 26, 1935, in Newburgh, NY.

California

Did you know "The U.S. Olympic Committee sent 194 athletes to the XXIII Olympic Games in Los Angeles, CA. They competed in 15 sports: archery (3), athletics (47), basketball (12 gym), canoeing (4), cycling (4) Equestrian (8), Fencing (5), (8), handball (15), field hockey (16), rowing (25), shooting (6), swimming (25), table tennis (4), tennis (12). The best athletes were Evelyn Ashford (track and field), Valerie Brisco-Hooks (athletics), Joan Benoit (marathon), Mary T. Meagher (water), Tracy Caulkins (swimming), Flo Hyman (Volleyball), Mary Lou Retton (gymnastics), Tracie Ruiz (synchronized swimming).

Ohio

Did you know-In August 1984, Judith A. Resnik became the second astronaut U.S. female to go into space. Born April 5, 1949 in Akron, Ohio.

Mississippi

Did you know-the middle of the 1980s, Oprah Winfrey received an Oscar nomination for her role as Sofia in The Color Purple ". She is a prominent proponent of the issues welfare and rights of black. Oprah Gail Winfrey was born January 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi.

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Alejandro Guevara Onofre: Freelance writer. Alejandro is author of a host of articles/essays about over 220 countries and dependencies (and American States as well), from ecology, history, tourism and national heroes to Olympic sports, foreign relations, and wildlife. In addition, he has published some books on women’s rights, among them “History of the Women in America” and “Famous Americans”.

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