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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.

  • Joshua Johnson
    Published 11 days ago
    RBG: "Notorious" was more than a moniker

    RBG: "Notorious" was more than a moniker

    Random outbursts of applause erupted from the steps of the Supreme Court building last night. Parents carried their children, many already in their pajamas, in one arm, and held up phones, candles, and makeshift beacons in the other. A beacon — in remembrance of someone who, for so many, was just that.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published about a month ago
    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    Rosa who? I can hear you asking.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published about a month ago
    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    Cleopatra VII is a well-known Queen of Egypt. We know her name and watch the films about her, but how much do we really know about this woman? Her name is printed in the pages of history so Cleopatra VII must have been a remarkable woman.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published about a month ago
    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    The Six Wives of Henry VIII

    CATHERINE OF ARAGON “Humble and Loyal”
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published 2 months ago
    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    Georgiana Cavendish, The Duchess of Devonshire was the great-great-great-grand-aunt to the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
  • Paula C. Henderson
    Published 2 months ago
    First Black Woman To Receive White House Correspondent Credentials

    First Black Woman To Receive White House Correspondent Credentials

    Alice Allison Dunnigan was the first black woman correspondent to receive White House credentials and become a member of the press galleries. As a journalist, Dunnigan reported on the decline of Jim Crow during the forties and fifties. She accompanied President Harry S. Truman’s on his 1948 campaigning trip: the very first black reporter to travel with a president.
  • Zara Miller
    Published 5 months ago
    Beyoncé Was Right The Whole Time ...

    Beyoncé Was Right The Whole Time ...

    Equal rights, equal opportunity. It seems that the crusade of women to prove that they are competent enough to run businesses, intelligent enough to invest in stock markets, ruthless enough to be the head of a corporation that sells manly stuff, might not be entirely accurate.
  • Marielle Sabbag
    Published 5 months ago
    Bombshell - A Movie Review

    Bombshell - A Movie Review

    Keep fighting in your battles. Nobody deserves to be silenced.
  • PAT CHANEY
    Published about a year 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.