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Pivotal Moments 101 Real Stories Real Women Real Lives

Author : Brenda Dempsey
ISBN : 9781504393669
Genre : Self-Help
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Many women become trapped in their lives while feeling hopeless and alone. They are overwhelmed by their situation that they can no longer see a way out until the pain they are suffering becomes too much and they reach the critical point of enough is enough is enough. This is the pivotal moment when they summon up their courage from deep within their soul and scream, Enough! No more. The human instinct for survival takes over, and solutions are sought to their struggle by choosing to do different. She emerges like a phoenix out of the burning ashes, stronger, bolder, and unafraid to show her brilliance to the world.
Category: Self-Help

Voices Of Courage

Author : Ronald J. Drez
ISBN : 0821261967
Genre : History
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Offers a vivid narrative of the seventy-seven-day struggle to control the remote Khe Sanh base in Vietnam, during which a severely outnumbered and isolated group of Marines held off an enemy onslaught, in a multimedia history that features firsthand remin
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Voices Of Courage

Author : Michael J. Domitrz
ISBN : 0972928219
Genre : Self-Help
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Twelve accounts from sexual assault survivors.
Category: Self-Help

Voices Of Courage

ISBN : 1912635356
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Pivotal Moments, Extraordinary Women, Stories to Inspire. Voices of Courage is the vision of life coach and speaker Brenda Dempsey to bring extraordinary women together from around the globe to share their stories in an inspirational book of strength, courage and transformation.

A Land Of Big Dreamers

Author : Neil Waldman
ISBN : 9780761363491
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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From the time Thomas Jefferson wrote "all men are created equal" in 1776, equality has been important to our nation. Yet for much of our history, women, African Americans, Native Americans, and other groups faced unfair treatment. In each generation, brave people who shared Jefferson's dream have spoken out. Over the years, America's dreamers have brought about dramatic changes. In this inspiring book, Neil Waldman honors thirteen Americans who stood up for their beliefs of equality and justice. Many of these brave leaders did not live to see their dreams come true, but each, in his or her own way, achieved a victory that took the nation a giant step ahead toward achieving Jefferson's ideal.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Silent No More

Author : ReLeah Cossett Lent
ISBN : 0325004714
Genre : Education
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In this collection of essays, classroom teachers recount their personal experiences of speaking out against educational policies that they believe are harmful to students. For example, an adult educator describes the circumstances surrounding his discovery that 522 students in Birmingham, Alabama were involuntarily withdrawn from school as part of an effort to raise district test scores. The volume does not contain an index.
Category: Education

Speaking Our Truth

Author : Neal King
ISBN : 0060950587
Genre : Political Science
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A collection of powerful, deeply moving testimonies from men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse shares their stories and adult experiences, outlines stages in the healing process, and offers hope, inspiration, and guidance for other survivors. Original.
Category: Political Science

A Land Of Big Dreamers

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ISBN : 9780822568100
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Collects inspiring and memorable quotes from thirteen Americans who stood up for their beliefs of equality and justice, from Thomas Jefferson to Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barack Obama.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Handbook Of Courage

Author : Apor, Balázs
ISBN : 9789634161424
Genre : History
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The COURAGE Handbook ushers its reader into the world of the compellingly rich heritage of cultural opposition in Eastern Europe. It is intended primarily to further a subtle understanding of the complex and multifaceted nature of cultural opposition and its legacy from the perspective of the various collections held in public institutions or by private individuals across the region. Through its focus on material heritage, the handbook provides new perspectives on the history of dissent and cultural non-conformism in the former socialist countries of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. The volume is comprised of contributions by over 60 authors from a range of different academic and national backgrounds who share their insights into the topic. It offers focused discussions from comparative and transnational perspectives of the key themes and prevailing forms of opposition in the region, including non-conformist art, youth sub-cultures, intellectual dissent, religious groups, underground rock, avantgarde theater, exile, traditionalism, ethnic revivalism, censorship, and surveillance. The handbook provides its reader with a concise synthesis of the existing scholarship and suggests new avenues for further research.
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