Women have made great gains in the fight for equality, but there is still a fundamental perception that women and girls are not equal to men and boys. Until that perception changes, gender bias will continue to create huge barriers for many—especially for immigrant women, women with low incomes, victims of domestic violence, and women seeking reproductive health care.
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20-year-old Annie Tabor, lathe operator, machines parts of aircraft engines at a supercharger plant in 1942.