She was one of the top zoologists in the United States in her lifetime. Continue reading “Zoologist and Teacher: Cornelia Maria Clapp”
There have been many notable women throughout California history who have contributed greatly to the world of art. For our last post for Women’s History Month 2017, we are sharing facts about 5 women artists from California History.
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”
The rise of intersectional feminism has generated discussions about female representation and representation of women of color in TV and film. Continue reading “Why There Must Be Increased Female Representation in the TV and Film Industries”
from Abuse to Economic and Social Empowerment
. . . a panel presentation at the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women
Chosen from over 200 nominations, these women represent our community. Continue reading “Six San Diego Women Who Make a Difference”
“From Your Valentine”
Valentine’s Day is said to be named after a young priest called Valentine. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day: Some Marry (in Secret) While Some Don’t Marry at All”
The Origins of Black History Month