• Page
  • of 36

Search results for "Women's History"

Showing 799 results

Sort by:


#WeAreBlackHistory: Black Digital Influencers Re-Imagine Icons
The powerful photography series features top bloggers and digital mavens recreating legendary photo...


America's Oldest Park Ranger Hopes to Inspire Women of Color
At 93, Betty Soskin provides timeless history lessons....


Gabi Wilson Headlines March Music Matters Showcase
Robert Curry helps lead the bill, Audra the Rapper, Kris Kasanova join for Women's History Month se...


Black Women Leaders Talk About the Power of Education
First Lady Michelle Obama hosts intergenerational panel of women civil rights leaders....


Serena Williams Defeats Venus In Wimbledon Quarterfinals
The tennis great takes another step closer to history....


This Week in Black History: The First Black Woman to Receive an M.D.
Do you know Rebecca Crumpler?...


Five Black Women on Georgia Ballot Make History
Connie Stokes, Liz Johnson, Doreen Carter, Valarie Wilson and Robbin Shipp will all appear on the b...


This Day in Black History: May 29, 1851
Abolitionist and women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth delivered her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech at...


March Marks Women’s History Month
For 31 designated days, the U.S. acknowledges the accomplishments of females worldwide during Women...


Commentary: What Nine Words? Viola Davis Makes History Without Making a Sound
Last night's groundbreaking episode of How to Get Away With Murder made viewers proud....


This Day in Black History: March 31, 1888
Sojourner Truth helped to establish the National Council of Women in the United States on March 31,...


This Day in Black History: March 3, 1962
Track star Jackie Joyner Kersee was born in East St. Louis, Illinois, on March 3, 1962....


This Day in Black History: Sept. 26, 1981
Tennis superstar Serena Williams was born on Sept. 26, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan....


This Day in Black History: Aug. 2, 2012
Gabrielle Douglas won an Olympic gold in women’s gymnastics on Aug. 2, 2012....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 25, 1997
Philadelphia hosted the Million Woman March on Oct. 25, 1997....


This Day in Black History: July 8, 1943
Women's rights advocate and business administrator Faye Wattleton was born in St. Louis....


Women’s History Month Profile: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Trailblazer
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the president of Liberia, is the first woman elected as a head of state in A...


This Day in Black History: March 21, 1986
Debi Thomas became the first Black woman to win the Women's World Figure Skating Championship on Ma...


BET Amps Up Mega Specials for 15th Anniversary of BET Awards
BET Networks is pleased to announce the return of its acclaimed music mega-specials for 2015....


Oldest National Park Ranger Shares Her History, Passion for Service
Betty Reid Soskin, 93, shares her family history through slavery, segregation, and the Civil Rights...

  • Page
  • of 36