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The National Museum of Computing based at the Bletchley estate launched a new exhibit on women in computing

Bletchley Park was the home of British code-breaking during World War II and women made up majority of the 10,000 people who worked there. But the intense secrecy that surrounded them prevailed until after 2000. Now a new museum tells their stories.  
 

They have to figure out how to take care of not only themselves, but also their parents

Both of Mailee Wang's parents were incarcerated for part of her youth, her father for two years and her mother for much of her life. Now 30, she recalls what it was like, particularly after her mother was released.

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