-For this, my final blog, I have chosen to look at Africa, and its history with female leaders. The most interesting person that I found is President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. President Johnson-Sirleaf is the current leader of Liberia, and is the first elected female head in Africa. It is important not to confuse that she was the first female leader. She was the first elected female leader of Africa. I found not only the history of Liberia to be interesting, (which also explains her name), but also Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's own background to be very interesting.
As with the other continents I have focused on, I found some other women to highlight in this post. They include: Luisa Diogo, Ruth Perry, and Elisabeth Domitien. They headed Mozambique, Liberia, and The Central African Republic, respectively. The first two links that I will add to the blog are about President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, and the rest are pages about the other in their respective order.
This blog has been a learning experience for me. It was a lot harder to find reliable information on female leaders in other parts of the world than it was to find info on people like Hilary Clinton and Sarah Palin, which is why a lot of this blog is about them. I also learned how to use a blog, which will be useful in the future. Thanks!
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