First In Their Field: March Fong Eu

When March Fong Eu became the first American of Asian heritage and first woman to serve on the Alameda County Board of Education, it was just the beginning of an impressive list of “firsts” in a distinguished career of public service.

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I Witness Herstory: Masada Disenhouse

I Witness Herstory invites women to submit their reactions and experiences to developments locally, nationally and globally that effect women. The collection of these submissions will be used in future WMC programs to help educate and inspire current and future generations on the experiences of women.

Currently, we are collecting reactions from local women activists and leaders concerning President Biden’s new administration, the most diverse administration in US history. Over the next few weeks we will post reactions to this historic moment in American government.

Want to help the Women’s Museum of California document women’s reactions and experiences living through historic moments? Submit your I Witness Herstory story here

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I Witness Herstory: Barbara Perez

I Witness Herstory invites women to submit their reactions and experiences to developments locally, nationally and globally that effect women. The collection of these submissions will be used in future WMC programs to help educate and inspire current and future generations on the experiences of women.

Currently, we are collecting reactions from local women activists and leaders concerning President Biden’s new administration, the most diverse administration in US history. Over the next few weeks we will post reactions to this historic moment in American government.

Want to help the Women’s Museum of California document women’s reactions and experiences living through historic moments? Submit your I Witness Herstory story here

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I Witness Herstory: Georgette Gomez

I Witness Herstory invites women to submit their reactions and experiences to developments locally, nationally and globally that effect women. The collection of these submissions will be used in future WMC programs to help educate and inspire current and future generations on the experiences of women.

Currently, we are collecting reactions from local women activists and leaders concerning President Biden’s new administration, the most diverse administration in US history, Over the next few weeks we will post reactions to this historic moment in American government.

Want to help the Women’s Museum of California document women’s reactions and experiences living through historic moments? Submit your I Witness Herstory story here

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New Era for Women’s Museum of California

This past year has given us the opportunity to slow down and reflect on the future of our organization.

With the pandemic one day behind us, would getting “back to normal” simply be “back to business as usual”?  Or, would we rise to the challenge and seek a larger role in the recovery of our country by making a radical shift in how we serve the community?

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International Women’s Day 2021: Women in Leadership

The theme for International Women’s Day this year is “Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”. The theme celebrates the tremendous efforts by women and girls around the world in shaping a more equal future and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join the Women’s Museum of California and Women’s March San Diego on March 8 for live streamed discussion with San Diego County Supervisor Nora Vargas. The supervisor will talk about her experience leading San Diego through the pandemic as well as her experience on the campaign trail and becoming the first Latina elected to the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. 

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