National Women’s History Month

My dear friend, Sue Kirch, a science educator at New York University, shared a large part of her weekend digitizing my World War II propaganda films–“Glamour Girls of 1943,” “The Hidden Army,” and an oral history, “Good Work, Sisters”–and teaching me how to make clips in IMovie on my Mac to use in my PowerPoint presentations, “Rosie the Riveter” and “Celebrating Women.” I’m psyched to be able to share this very cool material with my audiences, which will include former women war workers! So I’m off and running for National Women’s History Month–of course, women’s history is a 365 day affair around here, but my speaking schedule ramps up in March.

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