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March 10, 2009

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Jennifer

Why stop at women? Wouldn't you say that minorities are also in the same position and even commercials promote negative stereotypes? Watch for the Kentucky Fried Chicken commercials and see who it targets. You'll be shocked.

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I think women should be recognized for their achievement too, their would never be a great man if mother's did not deliver them in this earth


angle82947355

CNN has got a relavant article on this subject, posted today. NASA collaboration encourages young women to pursue science. http://ow.ly/2E8qp Not sure if this is the way to go, but at least they're trying.
that's good.

Pontus Ekman

CNN has got a relavant article on this subject, posted today. NASA collaboration encourages young women to pursue science. Not sure if this is the way to go, but at least they're trying.

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/08/18/nasa.women.science/

jiel

I think women appearing on Science and Technology services is what we called girl power. Women can do any work nowadays. right?

Des Moines Iowa Photographer

I'm glad this issue is being addressed. Keep up the good work. Great article!

NMAH

Effie Kapsalis over at the Smithsonian Photography Initiative has written a fascinating follow-up to Art's post. "These couldn’t be the same women I’d begun to know and love..." Check out Effie's post on The Bigger Picture blog: http://blog.photography.si.edu/2009/03/20/what_photos_say/

Tammy Peters

For more images from other Science Service records held in the Smithsonian Institution Archives, see a new set of photographs documenting “Women in Science” on Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/smithsonian/sets/72157614810586267/). Twenty to twenty-five new images will be added each week during Women’s History Month 2009.

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