A Word to Wise Women: Women’s History Month Musings

womens-history-month--authoMarch is Women’s History Month – does it even matter? Expand your perspective!  Read women’s voices this month.

Women’s history tells the story of our past from an expanded perspective. It does not rewrite history, but it does make very different judgments about what is important. Women’s history approaches the past with a wide-angle lens, taking in a much wider vision of what was going on in any given time period.
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Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss!

For many of us, compiling a list of our favorite children’s books wouldn’t be complete without one or two titles from Dr. Seuss.  While he is arguably the most well-loved children’s author of the past century, you may not know that he spent two years during World War II as an editorial cartoonist.

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