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espe­cially the women and girls.

“She spoke to the mo­ment,” he said in front of the de­fi­ant girl.

The art­work was in­stalled by as­set man­agers State Street Global Ad­vi­sors.

The young girl faces down the “Charg­ing Bull” sculp­ture, in­stalled in De­cem­ber 1989 by Ital­ian-Amer­i­can artist Ar­turo Di Mod­ica to sym­bol­ise “the strength and power of the Amer­i­can peo­ple”.

Vis­bal chose to de­pict a young girl to show oth­ers that it was pos­si­ble for them to forge a ca­reer in Wall Street. AFP

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