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In March’s Women At Work interview, Diane talks with Ceel Pasternak and Linda Thornburgh, co-editors of a new series of books called “Cool Careers for Girls.” They’ll talk about their own backgrounds and about their current project, which aims to get girls thinking about careers in computers, sports, medicine and more at an early age.
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