If there is anything I’ve learned during my time outdoors, it is this—Mountains Have No Ceilings. Reinhold Messner, an Italian mountaineer famous for climbing the 14 tallest peaks without oxygen, said, “Mountains aren’t fair or unfair, they’re just danger
On June 21st, 1997, Lisa Leslie, center for the Los Angeles Sparks, and Kym Hampton, center for the New York Liberty, took the ceremonial “jump ball” marking the official start of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).
Dr. Ellen Ochoa was the first female Hispanic astronaut. Recently, we sat down with her for a discussion about her career, the future of women in aeronautics, and inspiring future generations of women.
On April 14, 1861, Fort Sumter fell—the beginning of four years of brutal war. Thousands of women volunteered as nurses. By one estimate, more than twenty thousand women serves as nurses on the Union side during the war.
Asian American women have made a significant impact on the United States in a wide variety of fields. Despite facing both racial discrimination and sexism, these women stood strong, challenged stereotypes, and paved the way for future generations.