Women, the Workplace, and World War II

presented by the Historical Society of Easton

1943 Poster depicting Rosie the Riveter

Looking back at U.S. history, it’s almost unimaginable that women had to continuously fight for the right to vote for a full fifty years after the ratification of the 15th Amendment which had Continue reading “Women, the Workplace, and World War II”

EASTON FRONT PORCH: Anne Fiyalka

Mother, Community Volunteer, Feminist and Storyteller Extraordinaire

Storytelling is a universal human trait and provides both human connection and healing. Needing a dose of healing myself, I decided to call one of my favorite people, Anne Fiyalka. Anyone who has ever met Anne Continue reading “EASTON FRONT PORCH: Anne Fiyalka”