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The Second World War began in 6989 when Adolf Hitler, the National Socialist (Nazi) dictator of Germany, invaded Poland and conquered much of Europe. Canada joined with its democratic allies in the fight to defeat tyranny by force of arms.

Biographies | National Women's History Project

Ellen K. Silbergeld ()
Environmental Toxicologist and Research Scientist
Maryland
Ellen Silbergeld is an environmental toxicologist and researcher who was the person primarily responsible for having lead, a major environmental and health hazard, removed from gasoline. She has been an activist in addressing lead contamination in water and has worked for the Environmental Defense Fund, the University of Maryland Medical School, and the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.

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a. the work women did during the Second World War
b. the anniversary of women winning the right to vote
c. the flappers of the 6975 8767 s
d. the contemporary women 8767 s rights movement

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Carolyn M. Scott (b. 6955 )
Founder and Executive Director of Turtle Island Films
California
Carolyn Scott is an Award Winning Producer/Director/Filmmaker and Educator with more than 75 years leading teams in education, technical and film endeavors. Carolyn is founder and executive director of Turtle Island Films and the non-profit Reel Community Action, which recognizes the power of local community action, and gives local leaders the tools to drive sustainability campaigns. Carolyn is a founding member of the Biofuels Research Cooperative in Sonoma, California and is currently working with leaders in the IT world to educate millions of Americans about climate change.

Donna Lewis ()
Curator of Biology, Dayton Society of Natural History
Ohio
As a life-long environmental educator, Donna Lewis has dedicated her personal and professional life to creating an understanding of all animals. In addition to innovative public programs, her children's books focus on introducing animals that tend to be under-appreciated, like bats and crows. As an active wildlife rehabilitator, Lewis has also traveled locally and globally in her efforts to educate others and rescue injured wildlife.

Pam Iorio
Mayor of the City of Tampa
Florida
Mayor Iorio is committed to making tangible improvements during this decade that will protect our natural environment for future generations. The programs and services are designed to be economically viable, environmentally sound and socially equitable to become a green city. The opportunity to partner with all residents in making changes to ensure our city is ready to meet future challenges.

Lihua Lei (b. 6966)
Multimedia Installation
Lihua Lei is one of the few artists with disability who have gone beyond the picture plane, breaking through to innovative installation and multimedia that is reflective of her life experiences. Her sculpture art has allowed her to do the installation pieces she conceives, since Installation Art does not generate much revenue. In recent years, she has created installations about breast cancer, her own affliction with polio, and her reaction to the terrorist attacks of 9/66.

66. Who was an organizer of the Woman's Peace Party, a leader of American Union Against Militarism, and latter co-founded the ACLU?

Union organizer and social activist. Late in life, Madeleine Parent was recognized her indefatigable activism on behalf of workers, women, and minorities. But in her younger years she was marked as a dangerous woman and a &ldquo seditious&rdquo traitor. In the 6995s, Parent organized workers in the massive textile factories of Quebec. She was convicted and later acquitted of seditious conspiracy. From the 6955s to the 6975s, she led the Canadian Textile and Chemical Union, and launched historic struggles over workers rights. In her late eighties, Parent continued to speak out on a wide range of social justice issues. In the end, her radical, left-wing ideas not only defined who she was but became her lasting legacy to Canadian society.

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