Kate Campbell Stevenson, left, is presented a certificate of appreciation from Maj. Gen. David Conboy, U.S. Army Reserve Command deputy commanding general for operations after her one-woman show, "Women: Back to the Future" at the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, N.C., March 17, 2015. Portraying Bessie Coleman, Louis Arner Boyd and Eleanor Roosevelt, Stevenson dressed in period clothing and shared the women's stories in song and monologues to show how they overcame gender-based and societal obstacles to achieve personal and historical success.

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Kate Campbell Stevenson, left, is presented a certificate of appreciation from Maj. Gen. David Conboy, U.S. Army Reserve Command deputy commanding general for operations after her one-woman show, "Women: Back to the Future" at the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, N.C., March 17, 2015. Portraying Bessie Coleman, Louis Arner Boyd and Eleanor Roosevelt, Stevenson dressed in period clothing and shared the women's stories in song and monologues to show how they overcame gender-based and societal obstacles to achieve personal and historical success.
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Kate Campbell Stevenson, left, is presented a certificate of appreciation from Maj. Gen. David Conboy, U.S. Army Reserve Command deputy commanding general for operations after her one-woman show, "Women: Back to the Future" at the U.S. Army Forces Command and U.S. Army Reserve Command headquarters at Fort Bragg, N.C., March 17, 2015. Portraying Bessie Coleman, Louis Arner Boyd and Eleanor Roosevelt, Stevenson dressed in period clothing and shared the women's stories in song and monologues to show how they overcame gender-based and societal obstacles to achieve personal and historical success. “Women’s stories have been there all along, we just have to be willing to dig to find them,” said Stevenson. “I present these women to plant a seed in each and every one of you to show that you can overcome any obstacle, just like they did.” (U.S. Army photo by Timothy L. Hale/Released) One woman's walk through history 150317-A-XN107-170