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Meet America's only all-female firefighter leadership team (Part 2)

In a field dominated by men, Toni Washington, Vera Morrison and Ninetta Violante lead the only fire department in the country where the top 3 positions are held by women. #NBCBLKIgnite

21.2.2020

In a field dominated by men, Toni Washington, Vera Morrison and Ninetta Violante lead the only fire department in the country where the top 3 positions are held by women. NBCBLKIgnite

The firehouse in Decatur, Georgia is not typical. It’s fully equipped with a relaxation pod, yoga classes, and a sense of camaraderie that the firefighters say sets their station apart.



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Meet America's only all-female firefighter leadership team (Part 1)In a field dominated by men, Toni Washington, Vera Morrison and Ninetta Violante lead the only fire department in the country where the top 3 positions are held by women. NBCBLKIgnite That's great!! They must be so proud, knowing they can do the same work men do! Put peoples life in danger by two fat girls and one SKINNY girl in FD uniforms, not one of them could put a 160 lb person and carry them out of a burning building.

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