Today we are talking about a gal who born as a slave, refused to give up her seat, found her voice as a journalist, led anti-lynching campaigns and fought for justice for African-Americans. Today we’re talking about the amazing life and legacy of your gal, Ida B. Wells. Full Episode YouTube Version https://youtu.be/qOMsYc_iSZk Show Notes … Continue reading Ida B. Wells – Your Gal Friday
Our 10 recommended reads that include fiction and non-fiction, science and sci-fi, poetry and a play, plus a few documentary films.
We are seeking Black History books for our new library!
AUTHOR AND THE FLAPPER GIRL Born in 1900 in Alabama, she was born into a life of privilege, her father was a Supreme Court Judge of Alabama. As a teenager, Zelda was a dancer and socialite. She was the flapper girl you think of the 1920’s. She drank, she smoked, she pushed gender norms, and was risqué. She met … Continue reading Zelda Fitzgerald
Continuation of last week's discussion on #STEMgals. Gal-pals Lisa Meece and Bonnie Fillenwarth join Dr. Leah Leach to throw shade on Snapchat, profess their love to Starbase Indy and deep dive into keeping gals in STEM careers. Your Host: Dr. Leah Leach Gal Pals: Lisa Meece, Bonnie Fillenwarth Full Episode YouTube Version https://youtu.be/xMBeASHBcVM Show Notes and Extras: Looking … Continue reading Gal’s Guide Podcast – Keeping Gals In STEM
Megan finishes up her summer with a last swim in the lake near her grandmother's house. Megan is excited to start high school and make new friends, however, she'd love to be in the water for just a little longer. When she learns her high school has a pool and is part of gym class, … Continue reading How Title IX Changed The Game
Did you know men competed nude in the Ancient Olympics? Did you know there was The Games of Hera, the female version of the Olympics, at the same time, in the same stadiums in Olympia? Did you know women were not allowed to compete in the first Modern Olympic games of 1896 but were allowed … Continue reading Early History of Olympic Women