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Women Donít Erect Statues

Reflections on Recognizing Feminine Leaders

By Ann Shreiter Jonak



When we go to the bookstore, we see rows and rows of books about men written by men. When we look outside, we see museums devoted to men, streets and cities named after men and statues dedicated to men. Where are the great women leaders? Leadership, admiration and appreciation take a different form in a woman’s world. Perhaps we need to look further and work harder to identify and recognize our female role models. It’s time to celebrate the feminine legacy, greatness and insight, which may be found in the unassuming woman sitting next to you.


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