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Women's History Month (Hope Meng for The Washington Post)

It has been a devastating year for women. Millions have lost jobs. Others are contending with shuttered schools, an ever-increasing domestic workload and a to-do list that never ends.

Women's History Month arrives one year into the pandemic — at a moment when female workforce participation has dipped to 57 percent, the lowest it has been in more than three decades. To mark the occasion, The Washington Post has gathered stories of women who have faced challenges and triumphed.

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History remembers Wolfgang Mozart. But his sister was a genius, too.
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Henrietta Wood sued for slavery reparations after the Civil War and won. Her descendants never knew.
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Cecilia Chiang: The grand dame of Chinese cooking in America
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Lady Bird Johnson's audio diaries: A first lady narrates her powerful role in history
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GOP women's record-breaking success reflects party's major shift on recruiting and supporting female candidates
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Before Harvey Weinstein: Mechelle Vinson and the Supreme Court's landmark decision on sexual harassment in the workplace
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The U.S. women's soccer team's battle for equality is transcending sports
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