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We Stand Up for Women Veterans

We Stand Up for Women Veterans

When we meet a woman veteran, we are often shocked because she defies our expectations:  our expectations of who she is, our expectations of what she is capable of and where she has been … and most of all, our expectations of WHO a veteran is. Acknowledging these fundamental questions is at the very heart […]

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Supporting Our Service Women

Filed in Jobs, Veterans, Women by on March 21, 2013 5 Comments
Supporting Our Service Women

The service of women in American war efforts is older than our nation itself. Women served as battlefield nurses, cannon loaders, spies and more during the American Revolution. Through two World Wars, tens of thousands of army nurses served overseas to care for the wounded. Some 7,000 women served in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam […]

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Our Commitment to Zero Tolerance

Filed in Women by on October 16, 2012 1 Comment
Our Commitment to Zero Tolerance

Every October, we bring special awareness to an issue that plagues our communities, our families and even our workplaces—domestic violence against women. For more than 1 in 3 women (35.6%) in this country, the impact of domestic violence is felt by more than just the victim. Ending this devastating reality has been a priority for […]

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