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Carlisha Williams Bradley

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Originally from Monroe, Louisiana, Carlisha Williams Bradley moved to Oklahoma at age three. After graduating from Union High School and the University of Oklahoma, Williams Bradley continued her education at Syracuse University, where she received a master’s in public administration. Passionate about education and social change, she has stepped into several leadership roles, including as the...

Ahead of the Suffrage Curve

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August marks the centennial of universal suffrage in the United States and Oklahoma was significant player in the push to give women the right to vote. Two years before all distaff Americans could cast full ballots, Oklahoma became the 21st state to grant women unlimited suffrage, for which many...

She’s The Boss

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Women Helping Women Melena Keeth relied on advice from people who had been there when she opened her chiropractic practice in Oklahoma City six years ago. Now she has a few tips to offer other female entrepreneurs. “Don’t give up,” Keeth says. “The hardest part is hanging in there long enough...

Restorative Power of Words

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In 2017, then-Gov. Mary Fallin addressed an audience in Washington about what she called Oklahoma’s “dubious honor.” For decades, the state has led the nation in female incarceration by staggering numbers. That year, 151 per every 100,000 women in the state were in prison – many for drug-related crimes. As the incarceration rate has ballooned in recent years and more...

Influential Women In History

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Amelia Earhart The first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic, Amelia Earhart’s aviation feats made her a 1930s “Queen of the Air” celebrity until disappearing in an around-the-world flight attempt. Anne Frank The story of Anne Frank hiding from Nazis during the Holocaust lives on in words she left behind. Concealed with her family until discovery two year later, all...

High Tech and Common Sense

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We are well into the high-pressure digital age and the interconnected global economy, and those realities have affected education and how students learn. However, some non-technological strategies still prevail as young people navigate their ways out of high school and college and into the workforce. We look at a handful of areas that illustrate these dichotomies – from virtual reality and...