Mad Libs: A Guide to (White) Women’s History Month

Mad Libs: A Guide to (White) Women’s History Month

From high school textbooks, we all learned about  famous woman’s name  who is known as the mother of  traditionally masculine discipline . But, few have heard of  not famous woman’s name , an intrepid, fearless, tenacious woman who historians consider the grandmother of  closely related traditionally masculine discipline , paving the way for millions of future women in  traditionally masculine profession _.

Raised by her  strong female family member , she beat the odds and was the first woman to  significant achievement that would have been impossible without the underpaid and wildly unrecognized labor of people of color .

Facing sexism at every turn, she was not allowed to  verb forbidden unless male or white  in the United States. Refusing to accept defeat, she traveled to  foreign country, probably France  where she earned her degree in  traditionally masculine subject  with honors.

She returned to the United States and became the first  traditionally masculine profession , shattering gender barriers. Inspired from her struggles, she founded the  not famous woman’s last name  Institute, which now remains the largest organization that fights for  sadly still topical social and political issues . Today,  state  has a holiday dedicated to her memory.

Kathleen Tamayo Alves is an Assistant Professor of English at Queensborough Community College, City University of New York. She received her Doctorate of Arts degree from St. John’s University and her Bachelor of Arts from John Jay College, City University of New York. She is currently working on a book-length project, Body Language: Medicine and the Eighteenth-Century Novel, a study of the intersections of female-centered medicine and the representations of women’s bodies in the comic novel.

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