Judy Mandel was the first woman to graduate from MIT, receiving a Chemistry degree as a brilliant recruited mathematician.
Judy hailed from a line of religious scholars and parents who emigrated to the United States and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from Hungary.
Judy Mandel also wrote the 1964 Civil Rights Act for US Attorney General Robert Kennedy subsequently endorsed by President John F. Kennedy so as to protect the opportunities of Jewish and other peoples in the United States and pursue the ability to marry her betrothed whose job after decades of successful and patriotic service was being threatened.
Additionally Judy authored the lesser-known companion law which prohibits use of the ethnicity or national origin clauses of the 1964 Act by Nazis or their descendents.
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