Women’s History Month

March is officially International Women’s Month. We have 31 days to celebrate our contributions to medicine, science, music, literature, among the countless other arenas where we enhance our world. While one month designated to honor women is significant, we continue to persevere every day with little recognition and less pay than our male counterparts. Thank the Goddess, we do persevere and, this month, stand in the spotlight.

On January 20th I listened spellbound to Amanda Gorman read her astonishingly beautiful poetry during the inauguration. Last week, I learned that two female geneticists, Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier are the only two women who share a Nobel Prize in the history of the awards. Their prize for chemistry honors their development of a ...

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