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November 21, 2023

Sandra Day O’Connor Lights A Path For Women In Law

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  • A'marie Pollard

    I love the color template. Who doesn’t love the color pink? Sandra Day O’Connor is a inspirational women to write about. She helped shape how laws are dealt with and was a good stepping stone for women. She believed in changing the rules for the better. She even wrote a book. The list goes on her achievements have not gone unnoticed and have helped pave the way for many.

  • Elizabeth Michelle Gonzalez

    I appreciate how you offered insight into O’Connor’s life via political and social activism. As a woman with restricted rights, she was able to lay the groundwork for civic involvement by taking measures to ensure equal rights to males. From advocating for laws that discriminated against women to promoting greater education for all, O’Connor became the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court. This spurred many women to pursue higher-level positions in society.

  • Vianna Villarreal

    I think this infographic is extremely important, not enough women are represented in law specifically or even recognized. Compared to men who are seen to be strong and aggressive when needed in law. A woman who can do it all and achieve more definitely needs recognition not because it is wanted but deserved and show that women are stronger than imagined.

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