Archive for Women’s History Month

Women's History Month

In Celebration of Women All Year Long

It’s March and we’re celebrating Women’s History Month but 2018 is turning out to be the year of the woman.

In January, the Women’s March on Washington liberated thousands of women to move from the sidelines to the front lines. From#MeToo to #Timesup, women are demanding respect and more access to power in the workplace. Brands like Johnnie Walker are introducing women-themed products. Read More→

Women's History Month Vi Cowden

In Celebration of Women Who Paved the Way For Us

At a White House ceremony earlier this month celebrating Women’s History Month, First Lady Michelle Obama honored the 200,000 women on active duty in the military and the women veterans who served with distinction before them.

Much has changed since the gallant women pilots — called WASPS — served during World War II without pay or benefits or official recognition until almost 50 years later.

First, here is a very brief video of the White House ceremony. Then read further as I revisit my story about the WASPS, whose duty to country was so exemplary, but who were relieved of their jobs by returning veterans and then faded into obscurity. Read More→