Ellie from Kentucky also learned about notable Black heroes in February during Black History Month.
Careers in STEM make up nearly half of the U.S. workforce, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. But women are still vastly underrepresented.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the fifth annual FITDC HerStory 5K was held at Freedom Plaza in D.C. on Saturday.
Melinda Gates, Walmart billionaire Alice Walton, and Target are among the supporters who have made donations to the museum.
Women’s History Month in March 2023 aims to celebrate women "in all forms of media and storytelling including print, radio, TV, stage, screen, blogs, podcasts, and more."
The “#IfThenSheCan — The Exhibit” features 3D-printed statues depicting women who have excelled in the fields of science and technology.
This year’s theme is “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” paying tribute to women caregivers and frontline workers.
The C-17 aircraft took off March 17 from Joint Base Charleston and flew to Pope Army Airfield, where they picked up female paratroopers.
Former first lady Michelle Obama, NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson and soccer icon Mia Hamm are among the inductees for the 2021 class of the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
In honor of International Women’s Day, 10-year-old Carolyn Deol has started "The Yellow Roses" project in honor of women who have paved the way.
President Joe Biden is set to give remarks Monday to mark International Women’s Day alongside Vice President Kamala Harris.
The National Football League announced Friday Chaka would be joining its roster of game officials for the 2021 season. She’s the first Black woman to join the league’s officiating staff.
First lady Eleanor Roosevelt gets honored in the Barbie Inspiring Women collector line.
Her fans say she’s funny, insightful, and inspiring, so much so they’ve dubbed her the 'Asian Oprah.' But for Dr. Marissa Pei, the accolade hasn’t always been easy to accept.
Fishmonger Fiona Lewis can’t remember a time when fishing hasn’t been a part of her life.
In the first act of her life, Sheila Johnson was a classically trained concert violinist. Then she gave voice to the African American community in the growing industry of cable TV as the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET). Now in what she calls her third act, she is making history in the hospitality industry.
Sunni and the City may be best known as the voice of WPGC radio, but it’s her inspirational story of how she skyrocketed to DC radio stardom that FOX 5 is highlighting during Women’s History Month.
A young activist who sparked demonstrations at George Mason University is fiercely leading the charge toward more equality for minority groups.