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  1. Zarela Mosquera: Creating Messages Through Public Art and Design (17-5-25)
  2. Renald Richard: At 92, a Life Filled with Music (17-5-11)
  3. Jason Sturm: Pushing Adaptive Athletes Forward (17-4-27)
  4. Tim Ma: A Change of Heart (17-4-13)
  5. Once a US Soldier, Iranian Immigrant Now Serves Veterans (17-3-16)
  6. Peter Ripken: A Life in Literature (17-3-2)
  7. Tuhin Das: Poet, Activist and Writer in Exile (17-2-16)
  8. Ralph Henry Reese: Giving Exiled Writers Security and Freedom (17-2-2)
  9. Melody Bales: 'The Lady From Haiti' (17-1-19)
  10. Neftalie Williams: Skateboarding Is a 'Tool for Cultural Diplomacy' (17-1-5)
  11. Matthieu Finot: The Art and Science of Winemaking (16-12-22)
  12. Susan Watson: Still Singing After Decades in Musicals (16-12-9)
  13. Athena Zhe: Creating Art on Human Bodies (16-12-8)
  14. Evan Lutz: Giving Unused Produce A Purpose with Hungry Harvest (16-11-24)
  15. Melissa Fitzgerald: From Hollywood Actress to Passionate Activist (16-11-11)
  16. L’Oréal Chemist Balanda Atis: Makeup is Personal (16-10-27)
  17. Exceptional Minds: The Creative Power of Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum (16-10-13)
  18. David Titcomb: Transforming Classical Music at New York Orchestra (16-9-29)
  19. Jennifer Webb-McRae: 'I'm Passionate About Doing Justice Every Day' (16-9-15)
  20. Part Two of Dr. Anthony Fauci: America’s Man on Infectious Diseases (16-9-1)
  21. Women in the Kitchen, Men in the Garage, Americans Say (16-8-27)
  22. Dr. Anthony Fauci: America’s Man on Infectious Diseases (16-8-18)
  23. BeBe Winans: Music, God and Family (16-8-4)
  24. Determined, Dedicated and Disciplined to Be Fit (16-7-21)
  25. Maz Jobrani: Building Cultural Bridges, One Laugh at a Time (16-7-7)
  26. Maker's Row: Made in America (16-6-23)
  27. Athena Zhe: Painting a Canvas That Lives and Breathes (16-6-9)
  28. Andy Shallal: 'I Didn't Have to Come Here, I Chose to Come Here' (16-5-26)
  29. Eartha Kitt, 1927-2008: Singer, Actress and “Catwoman” (13-5-5)
  30. Billy Wilder, 1906-2002: He Changed the History of American Movies (13-4-28)
  31. Rosa Parks, 1913-2005: Mother of the American Civil Rights Movement (13-4-21)
  32. One of the leaders of the Indian resistance, Apache chief Cochise (13-4-14)
  33. Katharine Graham, 1917- 2001: A Powerful Media Leader in America (13-4-7)
  34. Edward R. Murrow, 1908-1965: The Famous Radio and Television Reporter Helped Create Modern News Broadcasting (13-3-31)
  35. Marilyn Monroe, 1926-1962: America's Most Famous Sex Symbol (13-3-24)
  36. Samuel Gompers, 1850-1924: 'The Grand Old Man of Labor' (13-3-17)
  37. Jerome Kern, 1885-1945: The Father of American Musical Theater (13-3-3)
  38. Crazy Horse Was Chief of the Lakota, a Warrior and a Holy Man (13-2-24)
  39. Ann Morrow Lindbergh, 1906-2001: a famous pilot and writer (13-2-17)
  40. Frederick Douglass, 1818-1895: He Fought for Freedom and Equality for African Americans (13-2-10)
  41. William Randolph Hearst, 1863-1951: He Created What Was Once the Nation's Largest Newspaper Organization (13-2-3)
  42. Martha Graham, 1894-1991: The Mother of Modern Dance (12-8-26)
  43. Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962: She Was the Most Influential Wife of Any American President (12-7-29)
  44. Fred Astaire, 1899-1987: His acting, singing and dancing changed the American motion picture musical (12-7-22)
  45. Stephen Foster, 1826-1864: America's First Popular Songwriter (12-7-8)
  46. Bella Abzug, 1920-1998: Activist for Women’s Rights was Known for her Large Hats and Strong Opinions (12-7-1)
  47. How Johnny Appleseed Grew Into a Folk Hero (12-6-24)
  48. Barbara McClintock, 1902-1992: She Made Important Discoveries about Genes and Chromosomes (12-6-17)
  49. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, 1846-1917: He Represented the Spirit and Tradition of the American West (12-6-10)
  50. Gwendolyn Brooks, 1917-2000: First African-American to Win a Pulitzer Prize for Literature (12-6-3)
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