Gender Inequality

New board game asks 'Who's She?' to spotlight famous women in history

Harriet Tubman, Yoko Ono and Amelia Earhart are some of the women featured in the game. Image: REUTERS/Library of Congress/Handout via Reuters FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - TM3EC4K102D01

Lin Taylor

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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