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Raya Kenney / Phyllis Gould / World War Two Monument #1258939

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020
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Some of America's greatest heroes in World War Two never left the U.S., and no one has championed their story quite like a young lady who was born nearly six decades after the war. Here's Nicole Kilian. I think women should have a rightful place in Washington, D.C., 18 year old Raya Kenney wants to build a monument to the working women of World War Two. They are better known as the roses. The women who donned overalls and went to work as riveters, welders and in other male dominated jobs during t...

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