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Statue of girl stares down Wall Street bull for Women’s Day

By Reuters
08 March 2017   |   4:27 am
As many American women prepare to draw attention to their role in the workplace, a Wall Street firm on Tuesday (March 7) put up a statue of a girl in front of Lower Manhattan's well-known bronze charging bull, as if to fearlessly stare it down.

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