BY Sarah J. in Feminizzle on Mar 28, 2009 |
Hi BUSTies! I'm at the Women, Action The Media conference in Cambridge this weekend. I'll be blogging here periodically from the conference, but I'm also livetweeting the panels I'm hitting. I'm @seasonothebitch on twitter, so feel free to follow along and give me a shout if you're here ... Read More
BY Jenni in Feminizzle on Mar 26, 2009 |
I snapped this photo outside of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum yesterday, and while I couldn't make the talk last night, I just wanted to give a belated shout-out to our sisters who died in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911. The factory was a sweatshop employing young immigrant women who worked in sub par conditions for very little pay. The tragic deaths of 146 workers (including children) spurred safety and labor reform laws and also made the ... Read More
BY Web Intern in Feminizzle on Mar 25, 2009 |
Legal Momentum will be hosting a panel discussion on Women's Economic Equality: The Next Frontier in Women's Rights, at Cornell University ILR (16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor) on Thursday, April 2nd, 6:30 pm. Linda Hirshman, Heather Boushey, Mimi Abramovitz, and Irasema Garza will be discussing policy initiatives to advance women's economic equality and security in this time of crisis.
Any insight into our economic landscape is especially important these days. ... Read More
BY Laurie in Feminizzle on Mar 25, 2009 |
BY Jenni in Feminizzle on Mar 24, 2009 |
Today is Ada Lovelace Day, so I'm celebrating by blogging about a few of the ladies I admire in technology.
Who the heck is Ada Lovelace and why should we be celebrating her? This fine filly born in 1815 (sprung from the loins of Lord Byron and Annabella, no less) cooked up the first computer program for Charles Babbage's analytical engine, which, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, is 'generally considered the first computer.'
You can peep a trial run of ... Read More