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profile name: Danny Greene profile occupation: Organized Crime Boss
profile id: 9267626
profile name: Bette Davis profile occupation: Actress, Pin-up
profile id: 9504013
profile name: Alfred Tennyson profile occupation: Poet
profile id: 9534523
profile name: Sarah Winnemucca profile occupation: Activist, Journalist
profile id: 9469060
profile name: Anwar el-Sadat profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 9542286
profile name: Richard Farnsworth profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
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When the 19th Amendment was ratified, women were finally given the right to vote, and over the years many courageous women have stepped onto the national political stage as well. In 1916, Jeannette Rankin became the first woman elected to Congress and almost a century later Sonia Sotomayor became the first Latina woman to serve on the Supreme Court. And within the last two decades, the esteemable Hillary Clinton has served as First Lady, a New York senator and Secretary of State. These women, and many more, are setting the stage for the future of female leaders in Washington.
Visit Biography.com's Women's History group to explore more biographies, photos and videos of some the world's most fascinating women."
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From the early comedy of Nipsey Russell, Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby to the contemporary routines of Steve Harvey, Mo'Nique, Chris Rock, Wanda Sykes and Dave Chappelle, black comedians have often used their wit to become the voice and face of the African-American experience. These legendary comedians have also set a very high bar—not only for African Americans, but for all comics trying to make it in show business. Learn more about these famous jokesters, from their early days to their comic beginnings, to their side-splitting performances and more.
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