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Women across disciplines are fighting for gender equity by revising history’s dominant narratives. Watch a conversation that explores how this rewriting extends beyond the page and into our society. Amy Padnani, creator of the New York Times “Overlooked” series; Jodie Patterson, a social activist, entrepreneur and writer; and Hilary Sample, architect, principal and cofounder of MOS Architects, discuss the necessities and challenges of shedding light on buried histories. How does shifting the narrative advance gender equity?

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