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Rhetoric of Women
Women's role is very important in our society. Their cooperation is critical because if they don't cooperate, it would be very hard or even impossible to build a good society. Women are always required in all aspects of life either its community/society or household responsibility. Women have to play a role as ÃÂ° good daughter, sister, wife and then mother after marriage. ThÃÂµ new social role of women stands out; their formal education has increased with increased participation in thÃÂµ workplace thereby increasing their economic independence.
Carol Moseley-Braun is ÃÂ° former Democratic Senator from Illinois and thÃÂµ first African-American woman ever elected to thÃÂµ U.S. Senate. She was elected to thÃÂµ Senate in 1992 and has since supported ÃÂ° variety of legislative causes, including child care, women in business, and education. She was thÃÂµ first permanent woman member of thÃÂµ Finance Committee, ÃÂ° member of thÃÂµ Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, and ÃÂ° member of thÃÂµ Special Committee on Aging.
Formerly, she served on thÃÂµ Judiciary Committee, thÃÂµ Small Business Committee, and on thÃÂµ Bi-Partisan Commission on Entitlements and Tax Reform.
Moseley-Braun introduced 14 separate bills during her time as ÃÂ° senator, more than half of which became law. ThÃÂµ first bill she introduced requiring Congress to disclose thÃÂµ costs of any federal unfunded mandates, became law in 1995. She initiated thÃÂµ Education Infrastructure Act as well, ÃÂ° first effort by thÃÂµ federal government to repair and renovate elementary and secondary school facilities and libraries. She also coordinated Project Synergy, ÃÂ° public/private partnership that introduced Chicago public school children to computers and technology donated by local companies. She also co-sponsored thÃÂµ Community Development Financial Institutions Act, which allowed people and businesses in underserved neighborhoods improved access to capital,