http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dynbzMlCcw Ban Bossy is a campaign by Girl Scouts of America and LeanIn.org. Strong women and leaders, including Beyoncé, Condoleezza Rice, and Jane Lynch, all support the campaign. The campaign is to encourage girls and help them develop leadership skills.Women make up just 19% of the U.S. Congress, 5% of Fortune 1,000 CEOs, and 17% of … Continue reading Ban Bossy?
SEE: http://byuwsr.blogspot.com/2014/03/art-under-attack-one-hundred-years-ago.html Exactly one hundred years ago, on 10 March 1914, a suffragette slashed Diego Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus with a meat cleaver at the National Gallery in London. The canvas was fully restored at a later time. Mary Raleigh Richardson was this suffragette. Richardson was reported of saying the following in The Times on 11 March 1914: "I have tried to destroy the … Continue reading Art Under Attack One Hundred Years Ago; or, A Fight for Women’s Suffrage
The Oscars . . . A night of stars A night of lights, camera, action! A night of reviews A night of laughs and jokes A night of talent A night of history A night of people coming together A night of fashion A night of judgment The Oscars, and practically any other awards show, … Continue reading “And the Oscar Goes to . . .”