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About the Author
Karen A. Waldron is Professor Emeritus of Education and former Director of Special Education at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. She holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Syracuse University and has supported the education of women and families throughout Europe, the Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong.
Janice H. Brazil is a widely published poet with involvements in Girl Scouts, Amnesty International, and hospice in Massachusetts, Illinois, and Texas.
Laura M. Labatt has served as president of the Bexar County Women’s Center. She focuses her efforts on literacy, career development, and hospice.
What People are Saying About This
I wish women could see themselves free. Just see and imagine what they could do if they were free of the national and international history of diminishment. Just imagine, if we could have a Madame Curie born in the nineteenth century, suppose that twenty other women had been liberated at the same time? That's what I wish for women: See it. Try to see yourself free. What would you do? (From Sources of Courage: An Interview with Dr. Maya Angelou)