(Even More) Women in Construction

(Double-exposure photo of builder Angela Cacace by Madeline Gray), Washington Post Magazine

The Washington Post Magazine’s front cover story “Breaking Through” on women in construction is an empowering celebration of how women are supporting each other in and on the field. A community is thriving, especially online. One of my favorite anecdotes that writer Maile Pingel covers is of one of the featured women, asking for and sharing work clothing recommendations for mothers who needed to pump on job sites. As I wrote in my…

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Poet, freelance writer, reads about education, social entrepreneurship, and libraries. I run Makars and Emergent Seed — let’s meet each other by what we make

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Adrianna S

Adrianna S

Poet, freelance writer, reads about education, social entrepreneurship, and libraries. I run Makars and Emergent Seed — let’s meet each other by what we make