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The Hutchinson River Parkway is named for Anne Hutchinson, a woman whose intelligence and conviction made her an exile in life but a model of... [Read More]
WID San Diego held its annual symposium to celebrate Women's History Month and the accomplishments of women serving throughout the DoD. [Read More]
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As part of Women's History Month, Colonial Wine & Spirits introduces us to Sandy Waldheim, Associate Winemaker with the Coppola Winery in California. [Read More]
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In honor of both Bisexual Health Awareness Month and Women's History Month, we've teamed up with GLAAD to highlight nine women who have changed history — and happen to identity as bisexual. [Read More]
Women's History Month is celebrated in the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom during March. Its purpose is to highlight the struggles and contributions of women throughout history and... [Read More]
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A quick look at our collection of journals would show two obvious candidates during Women's History Month—the Journal of Women's History and Feminist Formations. These two journals both feature outstanding editorial teams helping to present leading scholarship in many areas of women's studies. Feminist Formations has brought its own perspective to gender studies since establishing an independent voice in 2010 after 21 volumes as the National Women's Studies Association Journal. The journal editorial office recently relocated to the Oregon State University after successful stints at the University of Arizona and University of Minnesota. Patti Duncan leads the editorial team... [Read More]
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Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of articles about women who are shaping Lodi's future, in honor of Women's History Month. [Read More]
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For Women's History Month, we recognize Hanover's leading women. [Read More]
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Marine Private First Class Maria Daume's life story reads as if she came straight from the pages of a superhero comic: born in a Siberian prison, orphaned at age two, adopted by Americans and raised in New York.  And on Thursday - in the middle of Women's History Month - the 19-year-old broke new ground as a female Marine. VOA's Carla Babb spoke with Daume in her first interview since completing special training at the Marine School of Infantry in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. [Read More]
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Today's queer woman to know for Women's History Month is the heir to the Singer Sewing Machine fortune. ... [Read More]
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In honor of Women's History Month, the Newport Public Library will host author Susan DeFreitas at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 26, at the library. DeFreitas will discuss her book, "Hot Season," as well as offer book signing. Hot Season follows three roommates, students at Deep Canyon College, known for its radical politics, who are looking for love, adventure and the promise of a bigger life that led them west. [Read More]
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March is Women's History Month and to commemorate women's contributions in the art world, the Oil Region Coalition of Artists (ORCA) will host its second annual "Expressions: A Celebration of Women Artists in the Oil Region," on Saturday, at Scheide House, in Titusville. [Read More]
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Women's History Month is coming to a close, and Texas Lutheran University is ending the celebration with one the nation's most highly regarded female broadcasters and columnists — Cokie Roberts. [Read More]
While celebrating Women's History Month means reflecting on all we've accomplished, it is more important to consider what we have left to accomplish. The reality is women are still underrepresented and face adversities across our country. ... [Read More]
Florence Brooks Whitehouse played a key role in the women's suffrage movement of the mid-1900s, but the story behind her struggle for the right to vote was lost until Whitehouse's great-granddaughter resurrected her legacy. Author Anne B. Gass, of Gray, first published her book "Voting Down the Rose: Florence Brooks Whitehouse and Maine's... [Read More]
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Del Rio will continue to celebrate National Women's History Month at Casa de la Cultura's International Women's Day Conference. [Read More]
March is going to go out like a lioness.It's Women's History Month, and the Grayson Gallery and Art Center, 301 E. 3rd St., is going to take it out like... [Read More]
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A small group of people gathered inside Wilton Library's Rimer Room Tuesday night to reflect on the groundbreaking achievements of Connecticut women. Women like Alice Paul, a leader in the women's suffrage movement and founder of the National Women's Party; Constance Motley, the first African-American female federal court judge; and Barbara McClintock, famed geneticist and Nobel Prize winner, among other female pioneers and trailblazers in politics, science, arts and other fields. In many cases, they've had to find the inner strength to push past "no," using resistance and rejection from others as a launchpad into their careers... [Read More]
Username: 1 Warehouse 1402: Behind the scenes tour on Saturday March 23, 2017 • Local News ... [Read More]
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