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Believe in Ambition

Celebrating the first woman to earn U.S. Medical Degree (1849)

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Believe in Bravery

Honoring the brave soldiers who fought for peace (1945)

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Believe in Brilliance

The moving assembly line helped revolutionize production and dropped the assembly time for a single vehicle from 12 hours to above 90 minutes.

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Believe in Change

Celebrating the federal women's suffrage amendment (1920)

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Believe in Community

Facebook was founded February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg. In September 2012, Facebook surpassed one billion active users.

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Believe in Compassion

Mother Teresa won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Pope John XXII Peace Prize, and the Balzan Prize for her service to the poor.

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Believe in Courage

The Medal of Honor is the highest military honor for a soldier performing above and beyond the call of duty.

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Believe in Destiny

Ludwig von Beethoven is known for his Symphony No. 5 and remains one of the most popular and well-known composers of all time.

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Believe in Determination

Hellen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to earn a degree.

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Believe in Dreams

On August 27, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr., stood in front of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered his infamous "I Have a Dream" speech.

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Believe in Education

Sesame Street was the highest-ranked children's show by 2009, winning 153 Emmy Awards.

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Believe in Equality

The Nineteenth Amendment was passed in August, 1920, giving U.S. women the right to vote.

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Believe in Faith

Thirty-three men were trapped three miles underground in a Chilean mine incident in 2010, and were miraculously all rescued.

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Believe in Freedom

On July 4, 1776, the 13 American colonies declared independence as sovereign states.

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Believe in Glory

The United States Men's Olympic Ice Hockey Team defeat the Soviets to win the Gold against great odds for the "MIracle on Ice" in 1980.

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Believe in Hard Work

In 1941, when men were called to fight during World War II, women were called on to work in the factories to help keep the economy going.

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Believe in High Hopes

In 1903, Orville Wright and his brother "grew wings" and began working on a contraption that would fly; Orville went on to pilot the first airplane in North Carolina.

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Believe in the Impossible

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to ever walk on the moon's surface in 1969.

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Believe in Home

The Wizard of Oz brought Dorothy and her ruby shoes to life in 1939, and is one of the most successful musical fantasy films in history.

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Believe in Hope

Apartheid finally came to an end in South America in 1991, allowing all races to have the same political rights and freedoms.

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Believe in Independence

In what became known as the 'Salt March', Mahatma Gandhi walked 240 miles to Dandi in protest of British taxes.

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Believe in Ingenuity

Humphrey Davy demonstrated the arc lamp in 1806 prior to Thomas Edison's patent of the first commercial light bulb in 1879.

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Believe in Instinct

After a five-year-old boy fell into a New Jersey gorilla pit in 1986, Jambo the gorilla displayed affection toward the child and protected him from harm.

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Believe in Innovation

Raymond Vahan Damadian introduced the first magnetic resonance imaging machine, what is now known as an MRI, in 1969, further advancing medical technology.

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Believe in Loyalty

On 9/11, guide dog Roselle saved the life of her blind owner leading him out of the World Trade Center and to safe grounds.

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Believe in Patriotism

In 1773, British colonists gathered in Boston at the harbor to protest British Parliament's unfair tax on tea. It was a key event leading to the American Revolution.

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Believe in Philanthropy

J.D. Rockefeller, a major benefactor to medical science, made his first donation to public welfare by founding The General Education Board.

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Believe in Possibilities

During World War II, the first electronic digital computers were developed. Modern computers are based on integrated circuits a billion times more capable.

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Believe in Principle

The Bus Boycott challenged the policy of racial segregation on the public transit system during the U.S. civil rights movement.

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Believe in Romance

Married for 52 years, Ronald and Nancy Reagan were known to have an everlasting love. The Reagans never took each other for granted and were always courting each other.

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Believe in Success

Oprah Winfrey is one of the greatest philanthropist in American history, and is currently North America's only black billionaire.

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Believe in To Be

William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright and actor. He is renowned as the greatest writer in the English language.

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Believe in Trailblazers

Jackie Robinson played first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers, and was the first African American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era.

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