Powerful Video Shows What Happens When We Don’t Teach Women’s HistoryBreaking News
tags: womens history, Womens History Month
International Women's Day is an opportunity to celebrate women's accomplishments and look critically at persisting issues of gender inequality. One area that deserves such critiquing is the STEM industry, where women are under-appreciated, overlooked, underrepresented, and discriminated against with regularity -- even though they are responsible for some of the most important inventions to date.
But in a new campaign, #MakeWhatsNext, Microsoft wants to change that.
The company released a video yesterday that gets to the root of why STEM fields are so problematic for women: education.
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