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Educating, Empowering and Mentoring Young Women
A discussion about the empowerment of women to ensure equality in society.
# 104920 | 2,092 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper discusses how women have struggled for equality in society, though have never truly achieved it. The author mentions various women who have risen to positions of power and achievement, such as Margaret Thatcher and Mother Teresa and provides a more detailed account of Rosa Parks, the black woman who became a globally known Civil Rights leader. She concludes her paper by suggesting that more changes be introduced into society to empower and educate more women to become leaders of tomorrow.

From the Paper:

"Educating, empowering and mentoring young women for leadership tomorrow sounds as though it is an idea that we may speak about, but one that in reality is too complex to achieve. This is because throughout society women have struggled for equality, though never truly achieved it; women have gained advancements, but only marginally; and women have maintained roles of leadership, though in minimal numbers as compared to men. Traditionally, women are taught to be "sugar and spice and everything nice", while males are taught that they have power over all that they survey and that their mistakes can be attributed to "boys being boys", while women are constantly reminded of Eve and that apple. So it must be asked, "how do we overcome these societal views and create an environment that supports achievement of this vast undertaking?" We begin by reflecting on history..."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Women who changed the world. (2007). Biography. Retrieved July 17, 2007, from
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