The Women’s Museum of California’s annual benefit dinner on October 14th promises great food and wine under the stars in Liberty Station while raising money for a new year of original exhibits and educational programs. Continue reading “Celebrate 34 Years of Preserving Women’s History in California”
On September 23, the play “Golda’s Balcony” will open at The Women’s Museum of California. Continue reading “M Susan Peck Talks Golda Meir in Brief Interview”
I just love when someone comes up to me after a performance and says, “I forgot it was you up there; I really thought it was Eleanor!” Bless you, my dear, what an affirmation! Continue reading “Tea with Mrs. Roosevelt”
Why women’s history?
Representation matters. “You can’t be what you can’t see,” and whether we’re talking about a superhero or president or Nobel winning scientist, we have made great strides in showing girls they can truly be anything they want. Everyone needs … Continue reading Women’s History Because… Our History is Our Strength
Second Wave Feminism, also known as The Women’s Liberation Movement, was a wave of feminism from the 1960’s to the early 1980’s that rallied around women’s issues such as gender roles, marital rights, reproductive rights, domestic violence, rape, and divorce laws. Continue reading “History of Women’s Movements: Part II”
First Wave Feminism occurred in the late 19th to early 20th centuries with the mission of legally changing the rights of women. Continue reading “History of Women’s Movement: Part I”
This year at the Women’s International Film Festival San Diego 10 films directed by women will be screened.
This has been without a doubt the most surreal year of my life, and the year before I had walked on the Millennium Falcon. Continue reading “The Making of Different Flowers”
This past year, my 9-year old daughter and I watched our fair number of films, from “Trolls” to “Suicide Squad.” But my daughter’s favorite movie was “Hidden Figures,” a poignant film about a group of female African-American mathematicians at NASA in the 1960s who helped launch astronauts into outer space. Continue reading “Where are the Women?”