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O'Connor during her college years. At age 10, she was sent away to school in El Paso, and at age 16 she enrolled at Stanford, eventually graduating from law school third in her class.
Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
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Weird Barbies Monte Belmonte and Sean Barry of Four Seasons Wine & Spirits in Hadley (right) with some students of Hopkins Academy at a stop along the way of the March for the Food Bank 14
Erin O'Neill
The March for the Food Bank continues on its second, longer, and far more uphill journey to combat hunger.
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Food Insecurity & Hunger
Liz O'Gilvie, at left, is chair of the Springfield Food Policy Council. Zenaida Figueroa, at right, has cooked for the schools in Springfield, Massachusetts, for 17 years.
Ben James
Liz O'Gilvie of the Springfield Food Policy Council, as well as Gardening the Community, has made it her mission to address hunger and a shortage of fresh foods in western Massachusetts' largest city, including the Mason Square neighborhood.
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