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Celebrating women who made a difference

To celebrate Black History Month, my last column showcased four African American Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and their enormous contributions to the craft. Choosing those four pioneering women in STEM history was a tough job. However, I enjoyed the topic so much, and I learned about so many outstanding Black women in history that I have decided I am just going to keep going and share the stories of a few more prominent women in STEM for March’s Women’s History Month.

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