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Tag Archives: women’s rights
Thinking about history and the stories of people far removed from us can be boring. I heard Sherry Turkle once say how we now can use our smart gadgets to get us through the boring bits of life. I admit … Continue reading
We were invited by the AAUW-Victorville for their annual event Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science. It took about 2 hours to drive out to Victorville, but it was well-worth the trip. There were about 200 teenage girls there, and … Continue reading
We were invited by the AAUW-CA to perform in Santa Monica at the YWCA. Unfortunately, it rained! When does it rain in Southern California? Like once a year, and that’s the day we had to drive 60 miles up the … Continue reading
March is our busiest month. With our connection with the National Women’s History Project and word of mouth, we are getting more and more visibility. On March 6th, we had a “mini-tour” going to universities in two counties to perform … Continue reading
Kristin Van Etten (VIRGINIA WOOLF, GLORIA STEINEM, and HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON) has done film and stage work, including A Christmas Carol, Showoff!, and the Broken Badge at Camino Real Playhouse. She has studied at the NY Film Academy and the … Continue reading