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Women’s History Minute: “Katherine Johnson” Video

Women’s History Minute: “Katherine Johnson” Video

Katherine Johnson, was born on August 26th, 1918 in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. She fell in love with mathematics as a young girl. In 1939, she became one of the first black students in West Virginia University’s Graduate Program in Mathematics. Ms. Johnson began her career in the space program at the National Advisory …

Women’s History Month Honorees

Women’s History Month Honorees

I am very pleased to receive this recognition, this was a committee of many, many people which has evolved into a board and we have all worked really hard to get this project done, but I am honored to accept the award on behalf of the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial. Our cause is something that …

Why Aren’t There More Statues of Women? | The Daily Show

Why Aren’t There More Statues of Women? | The Daily Show

March is Women’s History Month. (cheers and applause) Yes. Yes. It’s the one month when Mike Pence can’t be alone with a calendar. -(laughter) -And to help us celebrate, we’re joined by our senior Women’s History correspondent– Dulcé Sloan, everybody! -(cheers and applause) -(whooping) -Dulcé. -Hello! -Happy Women’s History Month. -Happy? It would be happier …

Episode 1: Introduction

Episode 1: Introduction

welcome to that’s what she said about the Bible a podcast by Wycliffe college that’s what she said is a podcast devoted to telling the stories of historical women who taught others about the Bible from the pulpit and from the page what did they write what did they say and why have we never …

Meet Abena

My name is a Abena and I’m a licensed cosmetologist. I was born in Ghana and I was raised in Massachusetts and now I live here in LA. My current relationship with my hair I guess I should say I kind of cheat because I have a lot of different hairstyles. I’m an avid wig …

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

MURPHY: As We Celebrate Women’s History Month, we honor all women for their military and civil service. WEST: Women continue to play a major role in shaping America’s history; exemplifying our highest values as soldiers, DA Civilians and Family members. MURPHY: Women have proudly served the Army and the nation with distinction, since our earliest …