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Women and Diversity in the Carter/Mondale Administration

Join the Hon. Alexis Herman, 23rd Secretary of Labor and former director of the Women's Bureau in the Department of Labor during the Carter/Mondale Administration, and Dr. Margaret McKenna, former civil rights attorney, White House Deputy Council, and Deputy Undersecretary of the United States Department of Education, for an engaging and lively conversation on women and diversity in the Carter/Mondale Administration.

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