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Newspaper profiles Johnson-Bailey as part of Women's History Month

March 7, 2016

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Juanita Johnson-Bailey, a professor in the department of lifelong education, administration and policy and also director of the UGA Institute for Women's Studies, grew up in a military family surrounded by strong women. This upbringing infused a love of travel -- she's visited 24 countries -- and attended Catholic school; the nuns, along with her mother and grandmother, ended up having the greatest influence on her life.

These and other anecdotes about Johnson-Bailey were shared in a recent story in The Red & Black kicking off Women's History Month. The weekly stories highlight faculty members who have distinguished themselves as champions of women's strength, power and intellect.

Read the full story on The Red & Black's website.

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