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  • The 'Fearless Girl' statue promotes female leadership
  • The 'Fearless Girl' statue promotes female leadership
    Sebastiaan ter Burg (2017) ©
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The 'Fearless Girl' statue promotes female leadership

On International Women's Day, a brass statue appeared on Bowling Green Park in New York. The 'Fearless Girl' is a defiant symbol of female leadership, ambition and strength in the face of the aggressive, hyper-masculine 'Charging Bull' that stands on Wall Street.

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