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    You Need To See These Girl Scouts Dressed As Empowering Women From History

    They're not just selling cookies, they're running the world.

    To celebrate Women’s History Month, Girl Scouts of the USA did something really cool — they styled girls from local New York troops as their favorite female role models.

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    The stylizations were done by Toddlewood, an organization that transforms everyday kids into superstar celebrities, iconic figures and historic legends.

    Many of the girls' role models — like Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to travel to space — revolutionized historically male-dominated industries like comedy, music, government, entrepreneurship, and the sciences.

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    This little astronaut is 7-year-old Montana.

    The girls also dressed up as Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, the female pioneers of NASA and the focus of the Oscar-nominated film Hidden Figures...

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    These 5-year-old future mathletes are Bella, Troy, and Sydney.

    Cuban performer Celia Cruz...

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    Girl Scout Savannah is this tiny performer.

    Amelia Earhart, American aviation pioneer...

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    The skies are the limit for 8-year-old Kristen.

    Academy Award winning entertainer Whoopi Goldberg...

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    This funny kid is London, age 7.

    Diplomat Condoleezza Rice...

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    This future world leader is Imani, age 5.

    Producer, actress and comedienne Lucille Ball...

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    Everyone is going to love 5-year-old Elizabeth.

    Activist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Madam CJ Walker...

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    This future entrepreneur is 7-year-old Kennedy.

    Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts...

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    This Girl Scout paying tribute to the original Girl Scout is named Brianna.

    And former Secretary of State (and Girl Scout), Hillary Clinton.

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    This future president is named Ainsley.

    BuzzFeed spoke to Andrea Bastiani Archibald, Chief Girl & Parent Expert at Girl Scouts of the USA, who said, “Our biggest hope is that these girls, and in fact, every girl, can look in the mirror and clearly see her own potential—that she, too, can break barriers and change the world.”

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