Women Who Dared is a virtual exhibit of notable women throughout world history. The website developed out of an annual exhibit held on the campus of Delta College in University Center, Michigan. Every March, the Women's History Month Committee decorates the halls of main campus with life-size cutouts of notable women. College students and community members have benefited greatly from viewing these women and their biographies. Through the website, I hope to encourage women to break through barriers and work towards a more equitable society.
It has been said that if you can't dream it, you can't be it. Hopefully, this site will give plenty of inspiration to dream big!
About the creator: Amy French, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of History at Delta College. She is a U.S. legal historian who focuses on issues of gender and labor. Her most recent publication uncovers the history behind a 1948 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allowed for sexual discrimination against women in the workplace to continue. (Amy Holtman French, "Mixing It Up: Michigan Barmaids Fight for Civil Rights," The Michigan Historical Review (Spring 2014): 27-48) She can be reached through Twitter @french2014 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Amy French (The Roaming Historian), visit my blog: http://roaminghistorian.com/