1. 10

    There are still traces of discrimination against race and gender, but it's a lot different than when I started out. It just comes quietly, slowly, sometimes so quietly that you don't realize it until you start looking back.

  2. 9

    I said we needed to organize women around the world to push peace.

  3. 8

    Generally speaking, historically in this country, the care of a child has been thought of as female business.

  4. 7

    I try hard to convince them it's important - but there's a history of discomfort with minorities voting in some parts of this country, so most especially the older people have to get accustomed to it.

  5. 6

    Our second phase was to develop a school curriculum that teaches tolerance, respect for differences, conflict resolution, anger management, and other attributes of peace.

  6. 5

    I came up in a family oriented towards the sick, so I always felt an obligation for doing something.

  7. 4

    As lawmakers, we must assure the people of America that our nation will not experience the nightmare of the 2000 presidential election.

  8. 3

    All issues are women's issues - and there are several that are just women's business.

  9. 2

    During the election, I had three male opponents and we went into a runoff. The front runner for the men was a native of Dallas who had run at large before, but I had a higher profile than him from my community service.

  10. 1

    The health effects of air pollution imperil human lives. This fact is well-documented.

  11. Last Update: 2 December 2021

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