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Lulu’s Foods May Posting Calendar

WEEK 01

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TUESDAY 04



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WEDNESDAY 05



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THURSDAY 06




FRIDAY 07



Marie Sklodowska Curie changed the world not once but twice.
This woman founded the new science of radioactivity - even her name was invented by her - and her discoveries produced effective cures for cancer.
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SUNDAY 09




WEEK 02

TUESDAY 11



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WEDNESDAY 12



Common examples of foods that contain gelatin are gelatin desserts, trifles, aspic, marshmallows, candy corn, and confections such as Peeps, gummy bears, fruit snacks, and jelly babies.
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THURSDAY 13




FRIDAY 14



On December 1, 1955, Rosa Louise Parks, a 42-year-old seamstress, challenged the racial segregation that existed in parts of the United States by refusing to give up her seat for a white person to sit.
Her protest was supported by many other black people and sparked the civil rights movement that, in the 1960s, finally achieved equal rights.
#women #influence #history


WEEK 03

MONDAY 17




TUESDAY 18



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WEDNESDAY 19



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FRIDAY 21



In 1903, social reformer Emmeline Pankhurst founded the Women's Social and Political Union to campaign for the parliamentary vote for women in Edwardian times in the UK.
"Facts, not words," was her slogan. Pankhurst, a charismatic leader and powerful speaker, incited thousands of women to demand - and not politely ask - for their democratic right in a mass movement that has been unparalleled in British history.
#women #influence #history


WEEK 04

MONDAY 24




TUESDAY 25



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WEDNESDAY 26



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THURSDAY 27




FRIDAY 28



Born in the early 1800s, Ada Lovelace had a fascination with science and mathematics that defied the expectations of her class and her genre of the time.
Despite being one of many figures in the history of science whose work has only been appreciated posthumously, today Ada Lovelace, a talented mathematician, is considered the first computer programmer in an industry that has since transformed companies, our lives and the world. world.
#women #influence #history


WEEK 04

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