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Maya Angelou

Dr. Maya Angelou was a poet, writer, and civil rights activist. Throughout her life, she used the power of her

Greta Thunberg

At 16 years old, Greta Thunberg gave a tearful and impassioned speech to world leaders. “How dare you?” she asked.

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks changed the world by refusing to give in. She didn’t worry that because she was a Black woman

Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. She was also the first person to fly

Amanda Gorman

Poet Amanda Gorman believes words are powerful. She isn’t afraid to use her talent to call out injustice and fight

Maria Montessori

Educational trailblazer Maria Montessori was born in a small town in Italy in 1870. As a young girl, she was

Frida Kahlo

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo might be considered the original “Queen of the Selfie.” She’s famous for her self-portraits full of

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Get to know Ruth Bader Ginsburg aka: “RBG.” She’s the U.S. Supreme Court justice who never shied away from expressing