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We aspire to explore TRUE DISCUSSION of any issues that strike one's fancy. We are here to have TRUE INTELLECTUAL DISCOURSE about pertinent issues without the unfortunate undue influence of EGO and HIDDEN AGENDA found elsewhere. No rules, we have faith in our peopole to behave as adults. Peace

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2010 Grants For Women

+ Start or expand a business
+ Attend college to earn a degree
+ Pay off your loans and other debt
+ Launch a non-profit organization

Research compiled by the Center For Women's Business Research and Entrepreneur Magazine reveals that women are the most progressive species on the planet. They are more likely to earn a college degree, launch a non-profit organization, and start a successful business. Many are able to do this while simultaneously running a household and caring for kids.

Why Do Women Need Grants?

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