CT Women's Hall of Fame teaches rich stories about women's struggle and achievements. ?Young women see the past and learn what is possible. ?CT Women's Hall of Fame Executive Director, Kathryn Gloor explains." />
CT Women Hall Fame- 4:27
with Kathryn Gloor on Preserving Women's Achievements
Posted May 08, 2017
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Women are grossly underrepresented in history. CT Women's Hall of Fame teaches rich stories about women's struggle and achievements. Young women see the past and learn what is possible. CT Women's Hall of Fame Executive Director, Kathryn Gloor explains.
Hosted by: Eric ClemonsProduced by: Western New England Newsmakers Team
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