Business Insider – Every Marine knows Opha Mae Johnson, the first woman who ever enlisted in the Marine Corps. Now almost 100 years later, the first four females in history have completed the grueling 59-day infantry evaluation course, three of which are graduating Thursday at the Marine Corps School...Read More ››
Thanks to the artists and attendees who showed up for SHOUT! 2013 on May 8.
SHOUT! explores the intersections of art, community, health and healing as we address these issues.
KGO-TV (ABC 7) – On this Veterans Day, a remarkable tribute to the women who’ve served our country will be done in the form of a book, that is unlike any other. Female veterans are printing a limited-edition memoir by hand, using fabric from their old military uniforms. They’ve...Read More ››
Cayman Institute for Gender Research (Stanford University) – While serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Sharron, a U.S Army sergeant, sustained a blunt force injury to the head during routine maintenance on an armored truck. Years later, the injury has left her with crippling side effects, including severe headaches, disorientation,...Read More ››
The California Women Veterans Survey is a biennial survey that assesses the needs and challenges of women living in the State of California who have served or are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Begun in 2009, this survey is administered by the California Research Bureau (CRB) on behalf...Read More ››