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Ryan (Age 10):
How many people in the U.S. are women?

A bit more than half of its population.

Ryan (Age 10):
Then how come we had all 44 men presidents, but not a single woman president?  
Shouldn't we have had at least 22 women presidents? 

Well....There have been great queens and women rulers.
Queen Elizabeth, Catherine the Great, Wu Zetien, Queen Seonduk, Empress Maria Theresa,...

Ryan (Age 10):
They never teach about these women at schools. 
Maybe that is the problem. If people learn more about these great women rulers, 
they will not be so hesitant to vote for a women president. 

This is where we began.

KATIA, born out of a young boy's curiosity and a passionate desire for change, stands as a testament to the power of education and advocacy in reshaping the narrative of women's history. While progress has been made, the struggle for gender equality in historical representation persists. As high school students and future leaders, it is our responsibility to continue pushing the pendulum, ensuring that women's contributions to society are recognized, celebrated, and integrated into the fabric of our education and culture. KATIA's journey serves as an inspiration and a reminder that the fight for equality is ongoing and worth every effort.

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