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Loretta Lynch is Like a Tradeswoman: Still Rare

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Construction work might seem worlds away from a U.S. cabinet perch, but both represent fields where women are creating new opportunities for others to follow. While the shift is too slow, we can speed things up. Here's how.

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