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Helen Keller

Hellen Keller was born in 1880 and was the first deaf and blind person to earn a B.A. degree. She was also an author and…

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National Minority Enterprise Development Week

The U.S. is a big melting pot country and they often combine the best of the world’s finest minds, athletes and scientists and artists. In…

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National Entrepreneurship

One of the most important things that we try to get people to understand is the power of self reliance and that a lot of…

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Labor Day

Labor Day which is the first Monday in September celebrates those that have contributed to making work a safe and welcome place to be. It…

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Great Flood of 1913

The Great Flood of 1913 occurred during March of that year and was caused by heavy rain and runoffs. It occurred mainly in the Central…

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TED talks

TED Conferences started as a way to put talks, lectures and conferences online for free with the motto of “ideas worth spreading” It was first…

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Wright Brothers

Wright Brothers and the Carillon Dayton Park The Wright Brothers are American inventors that built the first successful airplane in the hometown of Dayton, Ohio….

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Pat Flynn

Pat Flynn is a blogger and entrepreneur and also the creator of his site Smart Passive Income. He creates monthly income reports and helps people…

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Hannah Fry

8:08 AM 12/19/2018 Hannah Fry is a British mathematician and lecturer. She has been featured in television shows and has done work on human psychology,…

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month

People with disabilities have contributed to the workforce and making everyone’s life a little better. There are many people with disabilities and that are now…

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