‘Why the Wall Street bull sculptor wants the ‘Fearless Girl’ put out to pasture’
“We continue to be grateful to the City of New York and people around the world who have responded so enthusiastically to what the Fearless Girl represents….. The power and potential of having more women in leadership”, State Street spokeswoman Anne McNally said. See news article in The Boston Globe by Beth Healy: http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2017/04/12/fearless-girl-legal-fight-with-charging-bull/JreiRjgB9eAexurFWeRzFM/story.html?s_campaign=email_BG_TodaysHeadline&s_campaign
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My Year in Africa: Why This Brazilian Woman Peacekeeper Wants to Return
September 13, 2019: Lieut. Comdr. Marcia Braga, left, a 45-year-old Brazilian naval officer, spent a year as a UN military gender adviser in the war-wracked Central African Republic, above. She called it “the most rewarding experience she has ever had.”
International Day of Peace September 21
September 13, 2019: 21 September marks the International Day of Peace, which was established in 1981 by a unanimous resolution in the UN’s General Assembly. To mark the day, Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) and over 100 additional peacebuilding organizations from throughout the world issued a statement to United Nations Member States that brings attention to peace concerns.
First Sisters to become U.S. Army Generals
September 8, 2019: One sister had wanted to be a soldier since she was young; the other planned to have a career in the Foreign Service. Both marked a milestone for the U.S. Army this summer: Maj. Gen. Maria Barrett and Brig. Gen. Paula Lodi are believed to be the first pair of sisters to become generals, the military branch’s highest category of rank.