[Marie Curie was a woman before her time. Born in 1867, in Poland, she was a genius in physics and in chemistry; she is the first woman ever to receive a Nobel Prize and the only woman in history to receive two.]
15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School - Wonderful and informative read! Great women of this world for sure and they should be figures we were schooled about, not just the men and their wars and ways.... BORING!
“100 days, 100 women”. This is a project everyone should see. Rori, a cartoonist and freelance illustrator, wanted to shine a light on powerful women in history who don’t get the recognition they deserve. Amazing to see how one women today shines the light on powerful women in history.
Female Math Pioneers: " Since Hypatia made her mark in ancient Alexandria, women have been changing the world with their contributions in mathematics. In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting highlight the contributions of nine of the ground breaking women who did their work despite some incredible obstacles."
8 x 10 pouces Couleurs peuvent varier légèrement en raison de différences d’étalonnage de moniteurs. Affiches viendront signés sur le coin inférieur droit. Impression est pas feutrée et non encadrée. Envoyé par la poste enveloppe à bulles avec l’appui des planches dans une
Bessie Coleman (1892-1926) was the first African-American woman to become a licensed airplane pilot. She persevered through discrimination and danger in order to fly in the early days of aviation. Like many aviators of the early 20th century, she made her living as a barnstormer, similar to today’s stunt pilots. People lined up to see “Queen Bess” or “Brave Bessie” in action.