Women in STEM display for Women’s History Month

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Our library’s little 🤚🏽🤚🏿🤚🏻🤚🏾🤚🏼 can’t get enough of these gorgeous Women in STEM posters from Women You Should Know. I find readers touching the faces and tracing the words countless times a day (especially Mae Jemison, who, along with Leland Melvin, has reached beyond rockstar status in our world). Did you know that Rosalind Franklin was integral in discovering DNA’s double helix structure? And that the smart devices we know and love wouldn’t be possible without the work of Gladys West? We didn’t, until we saw these posters! I love watching the admiration and wide eyes as little ones interact with these she-roes. …And I’m also glad I laminated them before hanging, because that’s a lot of sticky fingers 😂

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