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First female African-American engineer at Union Pacific recounts groundbreaking career

(Source: Omaha World-Herald, February 14, 2014)

COUNCIL BLUFFS -- Edwina Justus is a daydreamer. A teacher once told her that staring through a window wasn't the route for success, but she did it anyway. The 70-year-old Omaha native eventually proved she could succeed, becoming the first female African-American engineer to work for Union Pacific Railroad.

Full story: Omaha World-Herald

Friday, February 14, 2014

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