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  • Mayor Teresa Tomlinson receives the 2017 SISTERS Inc. Women of Courage Award

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Teresa Tomlinson, Columbus' first female mayor, accepted the award from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority with gratitude for the "mighty women" who inspire her. She recalled a childhood story when she stood up to a bully, and reminded the audience at the Rosa Parks Women of Courage breakfast to carry the torch forward and never "take one step back." Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Teresa Tomlinson, Columbus' first female mayor, accepted the award from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority with gratitude for the "mighty women" who inspire her. She recalled a childhood story when she stood up to a bully, and reminded the audience at the Rosa Parks Women of Courage breakfast to carry the torch forward and never "take one step back." Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer

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