Pioneers of the Possible: Celebrating Visionary Women of the World

Pioneers of the Possible Celebrating Visionary Women of the World Pioneers of the Possible honors twenty of the world s most inspiring women spanning the last century through today From a business tycoon to an author a dancer to a dreamer a social activist to a s

  • Title: Pioneers of the Possible: Celebrating Visionary Women of the World
  • Author: Angella M. Nazarian
  • ISBN: 9781614280392
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pioneers of the Possible honors twenty of the world s most inspiring women, spanning the last century through today From a business tycoon to an author, a dancer to a dreamer, a social activist to a spiritual leader, a painter, and even a bullfighter, each one was driven by passion and an ability to imagine and aspire to what did not yet exist By celebrating these women,Pioneers of the Possible honors twenty of the world s most inspiring women, spanning the last century through today From a business tycoon to an author, a dancer to a dreamer, a social activist to a spiritual leader, a painter, and even a bullfighter, each one was driven by passion and an ability to imagine and aspire to what did not yet exist By celebrating these women, we carry on their collective fearless spirit and encourage one another toward greater and deeper lives Profiles include Martha Graham, Ella Fitzgerald, Frida Kahlo, Simone de Beauvoir, Wangari Maathai, Est e Lauder, Zaha Hadid, Helen Suzman, Jacqueline Novogratz, and many Pioneers of the Possible was written by Angella M Nazarian, author of 2009 s Life as a Visitor.

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    1. Reading about these amazing women has been a journey within itself. I'm fascinated at their glory. Each chapter shines such a magnificent light on each, in the beginning. Then as the pages are turned and the story unfolds, I would become rather enraged. How dare anyone blantantly call Ella Fitzgerald overweight or point out the fact that Frida Kahlo had a moustache as if the world could not see. Then it dawned on me. It's not the regality of these women that most appeal to me. It is their will a [...]

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