VIDEO: These amazing women all went beyond the call of duty in their fight for freedom.

10 badass women of WWII. Watch video here

Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Models Leadership For Women The World Over.

Over the last week, many witnessed a strong yet little known female leader show what true leadership is all about: serving others before one self. As Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico refused to engage in a petty squabble with Trump, who had derided her leadership over Twitter in the wake of Hurricane Maria, she won the admiration of many who sympathized with her plight and felt appalled by her treatment. Read more at

Trump called San Juan’s mayor a weak leader. Here’s what her leadership looks like.

Cruz hugs a resident of a seniors home after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. (Thais Llorca/European Pressphoto Agency-EFE). When Hurricane Maria destroyed the infrastructure of Puerto Rico, it turned the mayor of its capital city into a spokeswoman for a stranded people. Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto told the world of the “horror” she was seeing as she waded through San Juan’s flooded streets. And the desperation on the island, parts of which may remain without power for months. Until then, Cruz had not been a well-known politician outside the island. But after she criticized Washington’s response to the hurricane this week — “save us from dying,” she pleaded on cable network — President Trump took direct aim at her on Twitter. Read more at

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz is keeping it REAL AF, and that’s what Puerto Rico needs right now.

Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz

Meet Carmen Yulín Cruz, the Badass Mayor Fighting for Puerto Rico Watch video at

The unknown women of America’s WWII pilot program.

It’s about time we honor these brave unsung heroes who risked, and in some cases gave, their lives fighting for our country. Watch video at

Notable & important Native American warrior women of the 19th century.

When it comes to Native American history, not a lot is known about women and their roles as warriors and tribe leaders. When we talk about famous Native American women, your first thoughts are probably of Pocahontas or Sacajawea. The reality is that these women are only famous from the perspective and the stories of the people that were not native. Female Native American characters from the 19th century are usually depicted through their relationships with the settlers and not through their individual experiences and achievements. Read more at