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Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures

It's time to put the spotlight on historical heroines that time forgot. A look at female leaders, fighters, and change makers of past and present.

  • PAT CHANEY
    Published 7 months ago
    The Black Cowgurls

    The Black Cowgurls

    Rarely can one conjure up a realistic image of a Black Cowgurl unless it’s from a movie such as Gang of Roses [2003] starring; Monica Calhoun, Lil’ Kim and Stacy Dash. There’s also They Die by Dawn [2013] with Erika Badu based on real life characters in Langston Oklahoma an All Black Town.
  • Jessica Riffle
    Published 8 months ago
    5 Surprising Geisha Facts
  • Catherine Agati
    Published 9 months ago
    Cleopatra the Great: Why Cleopatra Was the Smartest and Most Intelligent Ruler of Egypt

    Cleopatra the Great: Why Cleopatra Was the Smartest and Most Intelligent Ruler of Egypt

    Cleopatra. Name brings up many words: seductress, selfish, mistress, harlot, and many other negative words. What about smart or great ruler? Yes, she might have died without insuring her country's independence, but she did all she could to try to accomplish it. She was wickedly intelligent and knew how to use her feminine ways to get what she wanted. If Caesar had not died she could have accomplished all she wanted for herself and for her people. Cleopatra was truly one of the greatest pharaohs of Egypt. She had the makings of a great world conqueror and general, always thinking ahead, knowing her opponent, and being intelligible. And as said in The 100 Most Influential Women of All Time “it was both her desire and ambition that made her the Queen of Kings.”
  • Amelia Roberts
    Published about a year ago
    The Women's Land Army

    The Women's Land Army

    ‘We’ve come a long way; from Adam’s rib to Women’s Lib.’
  • Michael Reynoso
    Published about a year ago
    Book Review: 'Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race'
  • Alexia Villanueva
    Published about a year ago
    Hatshepsut

    Hatshepsut

    Pharaoh/Queen Hatshepsut was a female ruler around the 18th dynasty of Egypt. Her husband and half-brother King Thutmose II died unexpectedly about 1479 BC. Her stepson, Thutmose III inherited the throne. Sadly he was too young to rule, so Hatshepsut served as regent. A few years later, with the support the priests of the god, Amun, she crowned herself Pharaoh.
  • Ruth Green
    Published about a year ago
    Anais Nin

    Anais Nin

    Anais Nin was an American, twentieth century author, born in Neuilly-sur-France in 1903. Both her parents were artists. Her father was a Cuban pianist and composer. Her mother was a classically trained Cuban singer of French and Danish descent. Nin is most well known for her journals and erotic literature. Nin was a product of the Surrealism Movement in art and literature which was “... a means of reuniting conscious and unconscious realms of experience so completely that the world of dream and fantasy would be joined to the everyday rational world in an absolute reality, a surreality.”
  • Cece Koenig
    Published 2 years ago
    Frida Kahlo

    Frida Kahlo

    To be a hero can be interpreted many ways by different people. Frida Kahlo can be considered heroic for several reasons. Frida Kahlo was a Mexican painter who was born in 1907. She inspired people of many different backgrounds and challenges. She faced extreme physical and mental obstacles herself. Some people may argue that, as an artist, Frida Kahlo was only painting for the money, especially because a lot of her work has been put on display. Even though some believe this, Frida Kahlo should be considered a hero because she demonstrates the qualities of caring, courage and patience.
  • A. Lello
    Published 2 years ago
    Jean Harlow

    Jean Harlow

    These days, when people think of a "Bombshell," they immediately think of Marilyn Monroe, or the recent Netflix documentary about Hedy Lamarr. However, we're focusing on the blondes. And while Marilyn is equally talented and gorgeous, she had a blonde bombshell predecessor... Her name was Jean Harlow.