Rosie Says “WE CAN DO IT!” Does This Include Prioritizing Time For Self-Care?
Rosie the Riveter makes me feel like I can do anything. The cultural icon representing American women who worked in the factories during World War II, Rosie symbolized strength, determination, service and pride for our moms’ and grandmas’ generations. Rosie sent energy surges down my spine in my first women’s studies class in college. Just like the very real Elizabeth Cady Stanton did, and her BFF Susan B. Anthony, and let us not forget Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt and all the other rabble-rousers like them. Because of our feminist foremothers, we young women leap along our leadership journeys, nowhere is this more evident than in higher education.
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