THE DARK LADY: THE UNSUNG HEROINE by @Pat_Garcia @RRBC_Org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA #RRBC #RWISA

My friend and fellow author PAT GARCIA celebrates a woman whose achievements changed the world as we knew it, and yet, she remained an unsung heroine. Let’s help Pat bring the Dark Lady out of the shadows and shine the spotlight she deserved on her today.

THE #RRBC PIPELINE MAGAZINE

In this piece, Author,Pat Garcia celebrates a female heroine who some of us have never even heard of.  Her story, and her strong character and resilience, no matter how brief here, deserve to be told.

“THE DARK LADY: THE UNSUNG HEROINE”

Rosalind Elsie Franklin

In the middle of a European society filled with chaos and struggle, where mistrust and discrimination were widely practiced against a small ethnic group of people, a young baby was born into an affluent family on July 25, 1920. As her eyes opened to view the lights of the world, racism, anti-Semitism, and suffrage were the political and economic topics that dominated the century. Fear, envy, and jealousy throttled opportunities, and although she was born English, her nationality could not eradicate her ethnicity–– she was Jewish.

According to Brenda Maddox, my favorite biographer, the young child knew her life was destined at the age of twelve. Her dream…

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