Breaking the ice
The life of Elizabeth Blackwell
she was faced with many problems on her way to success. Not only was she the only women in an all-male school (changing the face of medicine). She also was treated differently by the professors, they would make her do various things differently then the way the male students would them. She was set aside from others and no one respected her. Many doubted her and her goals, by telling her that this wasn't a job for women and there was no way she could do it. through all of the obstacles thrown at her, she didn't let them affect her and paved the way for women all around the world (national women history).
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