The names, painted on International Women’s Day, were scrubbed away around 24 hours later.
Dozens of breastfeeding mothers gathered at Mexico City’s Museum of Modern Art in protest of discriminatory regulations, while the Angel of Independence monument was vandalized with feminist graffiti and crocheted hearts.
Over 300 signatories have offered their support for the call urging festival director Sam Stourdzé to increase the number of participating women photographers to 50%.
In 1917, female New Yorkers were finally invited to the polling booths. An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society argues this victory was largely due to the local activism of the bohemians of Greenwich Village.
A mysterious package received by Cambridge University Library over a century ago has finally been opened and its contents contained a cache of posters from the early 20th-century.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul announced today that statues of Sojourner Truth and Rosalie Jones would be erected on state property.
In 2009, a striking collection of some 2,000 black-and-white photographs went up for auction at Sotheby’s, but unfortunately it failed to sell.