Women’s History Month and God’s Call, by Rev. Michelle Torigian – Huff Post Religion

To usher in Women’s History Month, I watched the PBS program Makers: Women Who Make America. I consider myself a feminist, yet I realize that I am still learning many details about women’s history. I never knew about Kathrine Switzer, the first female runner in the Boston Marathon. I never realized newspapers would segregate their “Help Wanted” lists: one for men and one for women. Being born in the early 1970s, I’ve never experienced the full extent of the limitations on women. Many women are to be thanked for this.

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