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  • Most decorated American track & field athlete EVER!

    Wait, who is Carl Lewis? He's the amazing athlete whose medal record was broken at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by Allyson Felix! She has appeared in 5 Olympic Games--beginning in Atlanta in 2004 when she was 18 years old. This wild woman doesn't leave anything on the track and has 11 medals to prove it! After her last race a message to her daughter is one we all need to hear: “No matter what it feels is stacked against you, you go out with character and integrity, you give your all, and that’s all anybody else can ask of you, and you’re proud with that.” For the record (the informational kind), she likes her coffee with cream and sugar. ( )

  • Progressive Eleanor

    I am who I am today because of the choices I made yesterday ~ Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady, activist, writer How might one encourage newspapers to hire women journalists? Eleanor did it by hosting ladies-only press conferences at the White House. What a wild idea! Eleanor was more than a First Lady—she and FDR had a robust political partnership and her work for social reform and civil rights continued well after his death. As the U.S. Delegate to the U.N. she helped to draft the historic Declaration of Human Rights. ER was a prolific writer and speaker. What's her coffee connection? Talking to America for 15 minutes every Sunday night as host of her radio show Over Our Coffee Cups (1941-42). On her "Sunday evening visit" of December 7, she became the first public figure to comment on the attack at Pearl Harbor.

  • Surfing the Web and Drinking Coffee--www Highlights...

    The Specialty Coffee Association: in their words: The Specialty Coffee Association is a nonprofit, membership-based organization that represents thousands of coffee professionals, from producers to baristas all over the world. Built on foundations of openness, inclusivity, and the power of shared knowledge, we foster a global coffee community and support activity to make specialty coffee a thriving, equitable, and sustainable activity for the entire value chain. The International Women's Coffee Alliance: IWCA The mission of the International Women's Coffee Alliance (IWCA) is to empower women in the international coffee community to achieve meaningful and sustainable lives; and to encourage and recognize the participation of women in all aspects of the coffee industry.

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