WHM -Westside’s Black Women Makers: Delilah L. Beasley

I did not know that I'd be blogging during Women's History Month this year because I wasn't sure I had the bandwidth to do so. I barely made it through Black History Month while juggling freelance assignments, homeschooling a kindergartener and preschooler, and independently managing a home. But I could not simply stop learning about … Continue reading WHM -Westside’s Black Women Makers: Delilah L. Beasley

Women’s History Month: Why have women constantly been written out of history textbooks?

  Tiye. Say her name. During the 14th century B.C.E., this Nubian commoner would go on to become one of the most influential women in Egyptian history as the queen mother of Egypt—the first ever to have a temple erected in her name. She was instrumental in coordinating state policy and would act as secretary … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Why have women constantly been written out of history textbooks?