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Film Actor, Television Actor, Martial Arts Expert / 1940 - 1973
Bruce Lee was a revered martial artist, actor and filmmaker known for movies like Fists of Fury and Enter the Dragon as well as the technique Jeet Kune Do.
Women's Rights Activist, U.S. Representative / 1880 - 1973
Jeannette Rankin was the first woman to serve in the U.S. Congress. She helped pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote, and was a committed pacifist.
Amanda Knox is best known for her conviction and acquittal in the murder of her roommate in Italy, Meredith Kercher. Knox's acquittal was overturned in 2013 and she was again convicted of murder in 2014.
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