Meet Betty Reid Soskin, National Park Service Park Ranger , Those who know me know I am a lover of forests and mountains and wild seashores. It’s where peace and serenity are easily found, in the quiet “wild places.” It’s
Alice Ida Antoinette Guy-Blaché (née Guy; 1 July 1873 – 24 March 1968) was a French pioneer filmmaker, active from the late 19th century, and one of the first to make a narrative fiction film. She was the first woman to direct a film.
I write often of the ways women used their wits to fool their suppressors. Last February I wrote a post on Civil War Spy Network Elizabeth Van Lew and Mary Bowser. I have written about the women who assist the
I keep circling back to stories in development and here is another example of a woman who never received her due recognition. I have featured women photographers and journalists who rose to prominence with their courage during WWI and WWII.
This is Nadia Nadim. She was born in Afghanistan. Her father was murdered by the Taliban when she was 11 years old and her family fled to Denmark on the back of a truck. Nadia has scored almost 200