Happy St. Patrick's Day to all our Irish
friends among our On-Line family, and to those of you who
intend to celebrate on Saturday - March 17 "St. Patrick's
Thanks for your acceptance of Attorney Martin
Anthony George from Trinidad and for reading his
commentary. We at Arious appreciate your kindness to
Attorney George and for opening your arms, welcoming and
accepting him (as we have done) as a part of the Arious family.
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personal needs, we would like to introduce you to "Arious
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of this aspect of our business, but we would like you to
explore/browse our new Corporate fashion partners and utilize
their products and/or services. You will find we
have fashions for ladies
Ladies Fashions" and fashions
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and we especially thank those of you who wrote (e-mailed) us
indicating that you will indeed utilize our Travel page for your
upcoming travel arrangements...Thanks!!!
The Internet Radio stations we have
provided is climbing in listener ship. Mr. Carr (DC
Caribbean Connection) is very
pleased with the amount of hours you tune into his radio
When purchasing gifts, clothes, electronics
or whatever you may need, remember to continue using the links on our Arious
Entertainment site and e-blasts.
The Capital Star
Competition produced by "One Heart Charities"
continues in early April with the Semi Finals and Finals.
The Competitions will take place at The Oasis in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Look out for details on this upcoming event!!!
and Celebrating Women's Accomplishments throughout History -
the Generations of Women Moving History
Honoring the Many generations of women who with their amazing
intelligence, talent, courage and tenacity testify to the myriad
ways that generations of women have moved history forward.
Last week we began
celebrating women and the generations of women who have worked
extremely hard, and have made a tremendous impact in our
history - because of their accomplishments. This week I
continue to recognize and honor women’s accomplishments,
as well as their rich and varied contributions to the history
and culture of the United States and around the world (which
indeed moved history forward.). This week I celebrate
Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D, who in 1999 was the First African-American Woman to lead a National Research
University. Read about Dr. Jackson below!!!
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First in Women's Achievements
McLeod Bethune - First
woman to establish secondary school that became 4-year accredited
woman to fly an airplane
woman to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives (Montana)
Kate Gleason -First
woman president of a national bank
1917:Jeannette Rankin - First
woman in Congress
E. Allen-First Woman Judge
1924:Hallie Ferguson - First
woman governor of
Katherine Bement Davis-First
person to conduct national survey of sexual attitudes
Jane Addams First
woman to graduate from dental school
(1) Hattie Wyatt Caraway First
woman elected to U.S. Senate & (2) Amelia Earhart - First
woman to fly solo across the
woman foreign diplomat
McLeod Bethune- Founder
of National Council of Negro Women
S. Bucks- First woman to win a Nobel Prize for Literature
African-American of any gender to win an Academy Award (she won for
Best Supporting Actress in the film, Gone with the Wind).
woman to sell securities on the New York Stock Curb Exchange
woman bullfighter in
woman treasurer of the
Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D is
the First African-American Woman to lead a National Research
University. In 1999, Dr.. Jackson was inaugurated as the
eighteenth President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute -
A historical event. For Dr.. Jackson, this was not
the only historical event, her career is actually distinguished
by historic FIRSTS!!!!
In 1998 Dr. Jackson was
inducted into the National Women's all of Fame for her
contributions as a scientist and as an advocate for education,
science and public policy.
Dr. Jackson holds 40 honorary degrees and
was awarded the New Jersey Governor’s Award in Science in 1993.
(1) She became (1) The First African-American
Woman to receive a Doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology (MIT) in 1993. (2) The first of two
African-American woman in the United States to have earned a
doctorate in physics from any university. (3) She is
the First Black Woman elected to the National Academy of
Engineering. (4) She became the First
African-American and The First Woman Appointed as Commissioner
of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in 1995 -
appointed by President Bill Clinton.
In recent years Dr. Jackson
was named a fellow of the Association of Women in Science in
2004. In 2005, she chaired the American Association of the
Advancement of Science. She is a member a member of
the National Academy of Engineering, a fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Science and of the American Physical
Society, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Shirley Ann Jackson (born 1946) Jackson was
born on August 5, 1946, in Washington, D.C. Her parents,
Beatrice and George Jackson, strongly valued education and
encouraged her in school. Her father spurred on her interest in
science by helping her with projects for her science classes. At
Roosevelt High School, Jackson attended accelerated programs in both
math and science, and she graduated in 1964 as valedictorian.
Shirley Jackson is married to Dr. Morris A.
Washington, a physics professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
and has one son.
To learn more about Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson
check out and purchase her books below:
A 21st Century Science And Engineering Workforce For The
United States" (Paperback) authored by Shirley
Force: The Story Of Physicist Shirley Ann Jackson (Women's
Adventures in Science) (Library Binding)" authored
by Diane O'Connell
- Camp Fire Girls is established as the first American
interracial, non-sectarian organization for girls
12, 1912 -
Juliette Gordon Low assembled 18 girls together in
, for the first-ever Girl Scout meeting" Daisy and the GirlScouts -
The Story of Juliette Gordon Low"!
On The Music Scene
Listen to Collie Buddz cal "Come
Along". Click the iTunes button below to listen and download to your
computer or iPod
Stephen Marley Releases his new
album "Mind Control" 3/20/07 Click the iTunes button/link
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Celebrate National Women's
History Month on March 21, 2007 in Washington DC
Famous Women Quotes:
"Common sense is seeing things as they
are; and doing things as they ought to be." — Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle
"Remember the Ladies…If particular care
and attention is not paid to the Ladies, we are determined to
foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any
Laws in which we have no voice or Representation." — Abigail Adams in a letter to her
husband, John Adams, while he was attending the Second
Continental Congress, drafting the Declaration of Independence
Celebrate the 2nd Annual June Is National Caribbean
American Heritage Month
the Caribbean - A 20/20 Vision WashingtonD.C.June 17-19 2007
In June 2007, the Government of the
United States of America
, in collaboration with Caribbean Community (CARICOM), will be
hosting a Conference on the
at which all 15 CARICOM Heads of States/Government are expected
The Conference on the
will take place against the backdrop of the recent coming into
being of the CARICOM Single Market in 2006 and the positive
efforts towards the creation of the framework for the Single
Economy by 2008.
This Conference is being structured in such a way that there is
Government to Government and people to people interaction as
well as interaction between the Governments and the people.This will be the first time the policy makers, the
international financial institutions, academic community,
private sector, and people of the Caribbean and the United
States will interface in one Conference to examine the growth
and development of the Caribbean Community from a regional
perspective.It is expected that by the end
of the Conference the following major objectives would be
·The strengthening of the relationship between the
United States and CARICOM by addressing the priority areas for
the Caribbean's future growth and development including issues
related to trade, competitiveness and investment in mutually
beneficial and reinforcing ways.
·The deepening and broadening of the dialogue
between the Governments and People of CARICOM and the Government
and People of the
United States of America
aimed at renewing the appreciation of US policy makers of the
potential of the
·The strengthening of the relationship among the
different Caribbean Diaspora communities in the United States as
well as examining mutually rewarding mechanisms for harnessing
their skills in support of the Region's development.
·The enhancement of the image of the
Please save the dates
June 19-21 2007
and plan to join us in
for this very important and historic conference. We look forward
to seeing you at the Conference and to your active participation
as we reaffirm our
Ellsworth I. A. John, Ambassador of
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
, and Chair of the Caucus of Ambassadors,
Shout Outs & Congratulations
Birthday Greetings once again to
and Mr. J. Harding
all of us here at Arious we hope your special day was filled
with lots of joy!!!!
like to extend birthday greetings to Jimmy, Taylor, Ruth,
Shalonda, Tilly and Hinton
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